A SUV crashed inside a home in Hampden on Saturday while two residents were inside, according to Baltimore Fire Officials.
Ryan Cormier and Zoe Jack were in their kitchen at around 11:15am when they say it sounded like a bomb went off, with debris flying around them. They left their house and went to the front area where they discovered a Chevy Trailblazer had driven straight into their home on Roland Avenue.
The driver of the vehicle was reportedly trapped, and responding Baltimore firefighters were able to free the man.
Thankfully, no serious injuries were reported.
Officials are now surveying the damage to the house, which was built in the 1880s, to see if the damage can be repaired.