SUV slams into two houses, driver takes off

It happened around midnight Monday near the corner of Tod Avenue and Hoyt Street S.W.

A car crashed into a house in Warren, Ohio.

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Police in Warren are looking for the driver of an SUV who crashed into two houses and landed upside down on another vehicle before running away.

The incident happened around midnight Monday near the corner of Tod Avenue and Hoyt Street S.W.

People who live in the neighborhood say they heard the crash and came out to find the SUV on top of a car and into a house.

The path of the SUV shows that it clipped the porch of one house then hit a car parked in the driveway next door, flipping over onto the parked car and into the wall of the house.

Sharese Tucker was inside the second house doing homework when the crash happened.

“The TV falls on me, the china cabinet’s falling. They are in the living room- my grandparents, and everything starts caving in. I’m like get out of the house. We have to get out now,” said Sharese Tucker.

Tucker said she saw a man running away from the crash scene carrying a woman.

“The two people got out of the car. She’s bleeding… He picks her up and runs,” Tucker said. “She was like, ‘Did you see the car hit us?’ It was a truck, so she was acting like someone hit them.”

According to a police report, officers found an ID inside a purse that fell out of the Suburban. The report says it could possibly belong to the woman who witnesses saw leaving the crash scene.

Police continue to investigate.


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