Shocking footage captures the moment a ute crashes into a family’s home in the middle of the night and its driver and three passengers flee into the night
- Ute crashes into family home at Glenwood in Sydney’s north west on Saturday
- CCTV shows driver and passengers of the vehicle immediately flee the scene
- NSW police dog squad was called to the home on Crestview Drive to locate them
- The family of four were asleep inside at the time of the crash but were uninjured
Shocking footage has captured the moment a ute crashed into a family home in the early hours of the morning and its driver and three passengers fled into the night.
CCTV footage showed the dual-cab ute ploughing into a home on Crestview Drive in Glenwood in Sydney’s north west about 12.10am on Saturday.
The driver and three passengers could be seen frantically running from the scene while loud music was still blaring from the ute beneath a pile of rubble.
CCTV footage captured the moment a ute ploughed into home on Crestview Drive in Glenwood, in Sydney’s north west before its occupants fled
A couple and their two children were asleep inside at the time when the reportedly stolen Mazda BT50 utility crashed into their two-storey home.
‘It was like a small bomb, because it was so loud,’ the resident, who asked not to be name, told 9News.
‘You suddenly wake up with a big sound and you don’t know if you’re dreaming or it’s a nightmare.’
None of the family members inside the house at the time of the crash suffered any injuries.
The collision though left significant damage to their home, with the roof partially collapsed.
Beer and McDonald’s packaging were seen strewn among bricks and broken glass as the homeowners started the cleanup operation on Saturday morning.
The homeowners and their two children were asleep inside at the time of the accident but escaped uninjured
The crash caused the roof of the two storey home to partially collapse with beer bottles and mcdonald’s left amid the trail of destruction
A police dog squad was called to the scene but the driver and passengers could not be found.
NSW Police are currently investigating the incident.
Anyone with information, or who may have witnessed the incident, are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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