families escape injury when cars smash through living room, bedroom of sydney homes
One mother said that she \"thanked God\" that she and her children were in the right place at the right time to avoid a car going through their bedroom.
Witnesses said the car seemed to be stuck in reverse before it hit the house.
The mother, who declined to be named, said she was in the living room with her children --four and six —
When she heard a loud noise
\"I opened the bedroom door and the whole car was inside,\" she said . \".
\"It was a very terrible experience and most importantly, I thank God that my children are not there. \"The 34-year-
There was no temporary driver for the injured old woman.
\"She is very anxious,\" the mother said . \"
Her car got out of control and crashed into her house, she said.
Another family in the North
People in the western suburbs of Windsor are grateful that they were lying in bed early in the morning, and at 5: 00 in the morning, a car came from their living room and scattered the sofa and other furniture together.
There were a few in the house, but no.
One started on Saturday morning.
Jackie Van Trump, who lives at home, said her family was shocked by the incident.
She said: \"I slept in my room and suddenly there was a car in my backyard . . . . . . In my house . \".
\"It\'s like a loud noise, a loud noise, glass crushing everywhere . . . . . . Woke up the neighbors, woke me up, woke up the family.
\"Fortunately, everyone is very good . . . . . . About five minutes before it happened, I was downstairs . . . . . . Luckily, I went upstairs to sleep.
The car has been removed and authorities are working to stabilize the wall. The 42-year-
The old male driver of the car was not injured in the crash and had a negative result in the roadside breathing test.
The accident is currently under investigation.
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