Minivan crashes into South Fulton home, pushes BMW out of garage
Jan. 16, 2020
A minivan crashed into the back of a home in South Fulton early Thursday morning.
No one was injured when the vehicle went through the residence in the 2500 block of Wyncreek Drive. However, the impact pushed a BMW out of the garage, according to Channel 2 Action News.
The owners were not home at the time of the crash, and police left a note for the residents to call them, the news station reported.
Authorities have not said how the minivan ended up in the house. It took two tow trucks to remove the vehicle from the residence, according to Channel 2.
This is the second time this month that a vehicle has gone through a home in South Fulton.
A local pastor and college president died Jan. 2 after suffering a medical emergency and driving through his neighbor's home on Stone Croft Trail, according to fire officials.
Investigators said the man, identified by Channel 2 as Carver Bible college president Robert Crummie, was backing out of his driveway across the street when he went into cardiac arrest.
Crummie was the pastor of Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in College Park.
The distance between the scene of that crash and Thursday’s crash is about three miles.
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