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Car Crashes Into Huntington Station Home

Car crashes through a fence before striking home on East Rogues Path Tuesday.

Three people were injured Tuesday in an accident that sent one car crashing into a Huntington Station house.

Two drivers and one passenger were transported to Huntington Hospital with minor injuries, according to police.

The driver of a black BMW 325i was traveling north on Lenox Road at about 2:09 p.m. as the driver of a red Ford Contour, traveling from 10th Street, was attempting to make a left turn onto Lenox Road, according to police.

The driver of the Ford traveled across the four-way intersection, through a wooden fence and into several objects in the front yard of the house before crashing into a wall of the residence on East Rogues Path. 

The BMW suffered damage to the left rear fender.

No charges were reported by police at the scene regarding the incident.

Marita Eybergen June 15, 2011 at 01:31 PM
Thank goodness that the children were not outside their house of even the parents. I pass this house everyday to work what a buzzare accident. I would have to guess that speed had to play a roll in this case.
Peter Walden June 16, 2011 at 09:45 PM
there was one girl on a bike on the property
Marita Eybergen June 16, 2011 at 09:54 PM
Since I pass this house everyday and I saw the damage that was caused by this car, it hit a bench in the yard before hitting the house. I am so glad that the girl on here bike was not injured and that no one sitting on the bench. Again, I would have to say this car was speeding down 10th Street. I guess they didn't see the stop sign that is at the end of each street.

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