It happened on Sandstone at Cook after 6:30am. Police say the vehicle went through one home at an angle and then struck two neighboring homes. The accident left behind substantial damage.
"I'm in disbelief right now because I just went and looked at everything," said victim Maria Kittrel.
Shaken, but otherwise alright, Kittrell, she doesn't know what to make of the SUV which barreled into her front living room.
"But it's weird because he went through two houses to end up in my house," she said.
A driver tried to make the turn, but instead plowed into Jonathan Prescott's home. The SUV driver went through one wall of the duplex, into an empty attached unit, only to end up in the next door neighbor's house. Thankfully, Prescott was resting in a back bedroom.
"If I had been sitting there where I normally sit to watch TV by the end table and the couch, I'd been gone," Prescott said.
"I'm very thankful. My daughter could have gotten hurt. He could have gone through the rooms or just anything. He could have killed somebody," Kittrel said.
It was a close call for everyone. Those witnesses say the driver ran off but was arrested by police a short time later.
"He didn't want to take responsibility," said Kittrel. "Somebody could have gotten hurt and he wouldn't have cared.
Despite the mess, Kittrell only cares now, about the importance of what was not lost
"God was watching over us today, because everybody is OK. That is all that matters right now," she said.
Police say it's possible alcohol was a factor in this crash. The driver may also face a charge of felony criminal mischief for all the damage he caused in the wreck.
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