Occupants of a house on Pricklepear Road in Waterloo were completely surprised after they woke up to find a white VW Polo sedan crashed into their house.
According to the Reaction Unit South Africa news report, the occupants of a house on Pricklepear Road in Waterloo were woken up by a sound of a loud bang on the wall, when they went outside they were shocked to find that a vehicle had crashed into their house with two injured occupants inside.
They contacted the Reaction Unit South Africa operation center for assistance and they arrived at the scene with medics, the two injured men were transported to hospital by ambulance, witnesses have alleged that the men were five inside the vehicle and the other three including the driver got out of the vehicle and fled the scene on foot leaving their two injured friends behind.
Circumstances leading up to the crash is still unknown at this stage but there's a possibility that it's either they were under the influence of alcohol and lost control of the vehicle or they were trying to flee with a stolen vehicle.
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