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Car Slams Into House Has Ky License Plate

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Updated: 10/24/2013 6:09 pm
A car flew off a local freeway and went right into a house near in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

According to our ABC Affiliate KABC in Los Angeles the driver was traveling southbound on the 110 Freeway when the crash occurred around 9:15 p.m.

The driver lost control of his vehicle, barreled through the fence of a yard and crashed through an unoccupied backhouse of another yard.

They say the driver took off after colliding into their home.

The vehicle has Kentucky tags and is registered in Lexington.

No one was hurt. The search for the missing driver is ongoing.

To see the video visit our ABC affiliate at KABC.

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