No injuries were reported after a car struck a Silverwoods home on Tuesday afternoon, leaving a large hole where the front door once stood.
A Ford Fusion appeared to have jumped a curb in the adult community, coming to a rest after flattening a bush and crashing into unit 13 of Building 120 at about 4 p.m.
The driver, 82-year-old township resident Dorothea Kilgour, lives in the home that was struck and was charged by police with careless driving, said Lt. Robert Dolan in a statement.
Kilgour and a passenger, 82-year-old Mildred Redmond, were able to exit the car with some help by Patrolmen Brian Collins and David Fusaro.
The also responded to the scene. The car, which had a heavily damaged front end, was removed by tow truck.
The home was deemed structurally sound by township zoning official Gary Loftus, Dolan said, and Collins is investigating the cause of the crash.
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