Vehicle Crashes into Home in Cherokee County, Georgia
CHEROKEE COUNTY, GA. – According to a news report posted online at mdjonline.com, a vehicle crashed into a home in Cherokee County, Georgia. No one inside the home was injured, but the driver of the vehicle and a child in the vehicle were taken to a hospital with injuries.*
The crash occurred on the morning of March 1, but it is not clear what time. The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office and the Marietta Daily Journal report that a vehicle was traveling southbound on Bells Ferry Road and left the roadway across from Little Deer Run. The vehicle then continued around 200 feet and crashed into the side of a home.
No information was reported about what caused the vehicle to leave the road or why the crash occurred. A photo from the scene posted by the Marietta Daily Journal shows a red SUV against the outside of a home. The SUV and the home both have significant damage. It does not appear from the photo that the SUV entered the home.
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office reported that the home’s occupants were not injured. It is not clear how many people were inside the home when the crash happened. The driver of the vehicle, a 44-year-old woman from Canton, Georgia, and a child in the vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries, according to deputies.
Both the woman and the child, whom deputies stated was the 9-year-old son of the driver, were taken to WellStar Kennestone Medical Center in Marietta, Georgia, for treatment. The sheriff’s office is still investigating the collision.
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