HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) - Kelly John is fed up with a road she believes drivers have aneed to speed on. "There's so many kids here that play. It'sridiculous, people flying." John said. "I know I've called andthere's been probably people going seventy miles, eighty miles anhour."
John says this is a familiar scene for the residents on thecorner of Leston and Lemoyne in Huber Heights.
"There's been about five wrecks on this street in the last sixmonths."
Police say speeding caused this destructive crash Saturdayafternoon. Witnesses could see where the car smashed into a brickhome causing major damage.
"Looks like he didn't negotiate the curve... hit a tree and lostcontrol from there and struck this house here at the corner,"Sergeant Chris Kash said.
Kash also said the homeowners could have been in serious dangerbut managed to be in the right place at the right time.
"The occupants weren't home. They just came home maybe fiveminutes after he hit the house."
The impact buckled windows and the front door of the home,making them unusable. First responders found the driver of the carunresponsive, he was taken to a local hospital. John is thankfulthe speedy driver didn't hit her home.
"Thank God it wasn't our house because it could have hit him. Hewas asleep and it's just the same way as that one. His bed's at thecorner. It could have easily hit him. And I'm thankful that itdidn't."
Police say the driver did have crutches in the backseat butdon't know if he had a medical condition. The family is stayingelsewhere Saturday night.
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