A Pennsylvania man crashed his car into the second floor of a house in a Pennsylvania town Sunday, authorities said.
According to Pennsylvania State Police, authorities responded to the vehicle crash at a home in Decatur Township at 3:25 p.m.
Troopers say that an investigation determined the crash was “an intentional act” and that charges were pending.
Junction Fire Company said the vehicle went into a culvert behind the house before landing on the roof. The investigation found speed to be a factor in the crash, according to Decatur Fire Company.
“Chief 17 arrived on scene within minutes to find one vehicle into the second floor with the patient out of the vehicle. The Rescues crew stabilized the house and helped the homeowners put a tarp on the hole due to upcoming storms,” said Junction Fire Company.
The driver of the vehicle, 20-year-old Evan Miller was transported to the Geisinger Lewistown Hospital and no deaths were reported from the incident, according to the Junction Fire Company.
The occupants of the house were uninjured, officials say.
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