Speeding SUV crashes into roof of St. Louis home

Speeding SUV crashes into roof of St. Louis home

Speeding SUV crashes into roof of St. Louis home

Original posts from the fire department said the driver was alert and talking when firefighters arrived and was safely extricated from the vehicle.

No one was in the house at the time of the accident.

Michael Arras, the St. Louis Fire Department's deputy chief of special operations, said it was like nothing he had ever encountered as a firefighter.

A Missouri resident's gym schedule may have helped him to dodge death, after an SUV tore through the roof of his house while he was attending a workout session.

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Dep. Chief Arras said neighbors complained that people drive too fast through the neighborhood all the time and even told him that there was another time that a vehicle landed on the roof of a home in that neighborhood, but the teenage driver was able to walk away.

The occupant of the home was at the gym at the time of the crash.

Once the SUV hit the T-intersection of Mimika Ave.

The driver is in critical condition in hospital after suffering lower body injuries in the freak incident on Sunday, St Louis Fire Department said in statement. The SUV sat on the roof for another 3 hours, before a towing company pulled it down.

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"The good thing is, I'm alive", he said.

Bruce Redding, who has lived in the home for 25 years and inherited it from his mom, said he was "shaking" when he heard the news.

"People just speeding, not stopping for stop signs". "They need to put some speed bumps or something down", said Bridges.

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