Homeowner Paul Zuzzio says the vehicle that crashed into his home isn't the first.
In fact, he tells Action News his house has been hit by cars about a dozen times over the years.
Unfortunately, it happened again around 6 a.m. Thursday on Route 616 and Meany Road.
Authorities say the 31-year-old male driver from Maryland lost control and crashed into the front of the house.
According to police, the driver missed the curve while traveling at a high rate of speed.
The vehicle then hit a dirt embankment, causing it to go airborne before crashing into the house.
Zuzzio says no one was living there at the time because it was under renovations from a similar crash in December.
Medics arrived at the scene to treat the driver. He was taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. No word on his condition.
Chopper 6 showed a tow truck pulling the vehicle from inside the home.
Authorities smashed in the driver's side window to gain access into the vehicle.
Police strongly believe alcohol played a role in the crash and charges are pending the results of blood tests.
Zuzzio, who is retired from the military, says he's been requesting the county to come up with a solution to fix the intersection because it's so dangerous.
He says that the SUV was going so fast that it landed in a back bedroom, where his daughter would have been sleeping.
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