A family-of-five has been left shaken after an out-of-control car hit their house in Adelaide’s north-east.
The crash occurred in Redwood Park shortly after 7pm on Monday evening.
CCTV digicam footage from a neighbour reveals the car careering by means of three entrance yards.
It then crashes into the carport of the Domoney family house and hits the lounge wall.
Rachel and Wayne Domoney’s 12-year-old daughter was watching TV on the time of the crash.
“She was screaming and I’d thought that they’d damaged the TV or the TV had fallen down,” mum Rachel informed 7NEWS.
“As a result of I heard this … like an explosion.”
Wayne’s car needed to be written off on account of the crash.
“I haven’t been a part of an earthquake however the home was shaking and I heard my spouse screaming that my car had been smashed.”
The driving force concerned within the crash is a 65-year-old man who lives within the subsequent suburb over.
It’s believed he suffered a medical episode earlier than leaving the highway.