Car Plows into Rensselaer County Home Wednesday Night [VIDEO]
Late Wednesday night two cars collided on Vandenburgh Avenue and North Drive in Troy, one of the vehicles was sent straight into a nearby house.
The accident happened around 9:15pm. Passersby called 911 and found the driver of one of the cars had gone into cardiac arrest. They began performing CPR.
EMT's arrived on scene and took over. The driver of the other car involved was not injured.
Sidewinder Photography was on scene and says the house received substantial damage from the car driving into the front wall and front window. They report National Grid was on the scene to assess the damage as well as code enforcement officials. No official word on just how much damage the home sustained.
Vandenburgh Avenue was closed for a lengthy amount of time between North Drive and Morrison Avenue as police investigated.
NewsChannel 13 reports there were people in the home at the time, but nobody was injured. The driver who crashed into the house was taken the hospital with serious injuries, but no word on that person's current condition.
No word on what caused the accident, but as can be seen in the photos, roads may have been slick from a couple pockets of rain that popped up in the late evening hours.
The home is located at a busy Troy intersection next to the entrance to Hudson Valley Community College.
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