Jeep crashes into home

NEW CASTLE— A Grove City woman flipped her car and crashed into a house on Harlansburg Road, but her injuries were not serious, according to a police report.

The 24-year-old woman was treated at Jameson Health System for “moderate” injuries.

The crash occurred Friday afternoon as the woman was traveling east on state Route 108/Harlansburg Road when she went off the road and flipped her 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The jeep came to rest at 1711 Harlansburg Road when it hit the house, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

No one was home when the crash occurred, the PSP said.

Two walls in the home’s family room are “pretty much gone,” said Wendy Norco, who has lived in the house four to five years with her husband.

Norco said the crash created a hole to the outdoors, did some structural damage to the home and broke the legs off a 400-pound wood burner the couple recently installed.

The Jeep traveled about 315 feet before crashing into the house. Norco said the vehicle went through three yards.


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