A car launched into the air and landed in a second-floor bedroom of a Pennsylvania home, where it remained dangling on Sunday afternoon in a scene straight out of an action movie.
Officials with the Junction Fire Company responded to the wild crash on Alfarata Road in Decatur Township at around 3:15 p.m. and found the Toyota Corolla stuck on the roof and through a dormer.
The fire company shared unbelievable photos of the crash and the gaping hole left behind in the side of the house.
The Corolla, which has Pennsylvania plates, sits atop a lower roof over the front porch of the home as the front of the car is smashed into a now-crooked dormer with large splinterings of wood littering the roof and lawn below in one of the images.
A photo from the inside shows the side of the car and the outside world where there once was a wall in a plaid-wallpapered room.
Broken wood and other building materials cover the floor, where an old treadmill is still standing, while a bed is flipped on its side.
A massive hole in the top corner of the house was left when the car was removed.
Emergency crews stabilized the building so that it wouldn’t collapse further and helped the homeowners place a tarp over the hole to prepare for incoming storms.
The driver had gotten out of the vehicle and was taken to the hospital, local ABC affiliate station WHTM reported.
No one inside the home was harmed.
The fire company told WHTM that the car likely hit a small culvert next to the home’s driveway which launched it through the air.
Pennsylvania State Police said its investigators believe the crash was not an accident.
State troopers told the local station they “determined through an investigation that the crash was an intentional act and charges are pending at this time.”
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