MAXATAWNY TWP., Pa. – The entrance porch of John Horner’s residence has been diminished to rubble after he stated a pickup truck slammed into it round 4:30 a.m. on Saturday.
“I knew precisely what occurred,” stated Horner.
Horner tells us he was asleep inside his residence alongside Route 222 in Maxatawny Township because it all unfolded.
“I’ve heard it earlier than,” stated Horner.
He stated that is the eighth time his residence has been struck in his 20 years residing there.
“You realize that sound and you then simply look ahead to the state police and the firetrucks and ambulances,” stated Horner.
He stated no person was damage.
This crash comes months after a tractor-trailer slammed into one other residence only a few homes down on the identical facet of the street.
Each individuals in that residence had been additionally okay.
Neighbors who dwell alongside this stretch of 222 are urging drivers to decelerate. They stated it retains getting busier.
“It is simply harmful drivers not paying consideration,” stated Horner.
As for Horner, he stated his complete porch should get replaced.
“So, we’ll look ahead to the report from the state police and call the insurance coverage firm to determine who’s is paying for it,” stated Horner.