Car Hits Home While Woman Asleep On Couch

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Updated: 4/13/2012 6:26 pm
    A house became a garage Friday in Jessamine County.  Now, a woman is charged with driving drunk.
     It happened just before 6 AM Friday morning at a home on Shun Pike in Nicholasville.  Police say Michelle Glass missed a turn, drove straight through the front door of the home, then backed out of the front yard and sped away.
     A woman inside the home was asleep on a couch inside. Luckily, she only received minor injuries.
        Glass is charged with driving under the influence, fleeing the scene of accident and no insurance. Police say she may also face wanton endangerment charges.
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