Resident, driver hurt when SUV plows into Pa. home

FOUNTAIN SPRINGS, Pa. (AP) — Two people have been injured after a sport utility vehicle crashed into an eastern Pennsylvania house.

Police in Butler Township say man driving a white Saturn Vue ran off northbound Route 61 around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, went between two trees, up a slope in the yard, became airborne, and ended up inside the home.

Investigators say resident David Kulp was sitting in a chair when the SUV struck him and the impact sent him across the room. He was covered in debris and had to be rescued.

The SUV driver had to be rescued too. His name wasn’t released.

Information on the conditions of the two men wasn’t immediately available.

Authorities said it appears the driver was speeding but an investigation is underway.

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