Family Not Hurt When Car Crashes Into Lexington House

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/11/2012 12:02 am
A Lexington family wasn't hurt when a car crashed into their home Sunday night.

It happened just before 5:15 at a house on Konner Woods Drive off Sandersville Road.

Karen Johnson says she was in her living room when suddenly, there was a loud boom.

"My first thought was that the house had exploded. So I jump up to make sure my mom was okay. And I saw the dining room wall was collapsed. There was a whole bunch of smoke, so I'm yelling at my mom to get out of there," says Johnson.

The car crashed into the back of the house.

Firefighters say the man driving the car was taken to the hospital.

No word on his condition.

Investigators say they're looking into whether a medical emergency led to the crash.
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