After four automobile accidents on his property the past two years, the most recent leaving his house uninhabitable, a California homeowner is pleading with officials to do something to make drivers slow down.
Early Easter morning, Jeff Sauerwein, his wife and their two children were sleeping in their Highland home when they heard a tremendous boom.
“We’re asleep in bed, and all of a sudden the house shakes," Sauerwein told CBS Los Angeles. "Sounds like a big explosion. We both jumped up. Me and my wife look at each other. We thought it was an earthquake.”
Apparently it was a car plowing into the side of the Sauerwein house. The driver left the car and ran off, jumping a fence, but was captured a short time later, according to CBS Los Angeles.
The crash marked the fourth time in two years a car crashed in or around their home. The home is located just before a "hard right turn."
“What’s it gonna take? For a car to hit my house or someone to die? Well, last Sunday someone hit my house.Read More »from After four crashes in or near his house, man pleads with city to slow traffic