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Hintlesham: Car smashes into house

11:49 09 February 2013

Car in front of house in Hintlesham

Car in front of house in Hintlesham

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STRUCTURAL damage has been caused to a cottage after a car smashed into the front porch.

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Police were alerted to the incident at the bottom of Wilderness Hill in Hintlesham at about 1.20 this morning.

A red Volkswagen Golf ploughed into the brick built property stopping short of an internal door.

A structural engineer is due to inspect the damage later today.

Fortunately nobody was injured.

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  • Hey I live there.. Who did you speak to..? And there hasn't been a structural engineer yet, they won't do anything until Monday morning...!

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    Lizzie Ferdinando

    Saturday, February 9, 2013

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