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Woman Backs Car Into Neighbor's Garage

No injuries reported in Whiting incident

Manchester Township police were called to a residence in the Whiting section of the township on Friday afternoon for a report that a motor vehicle had crashed into a home. 

Patrolman Richard Conklin learned that Antoinette Cerulli, 86, of Manchester, had backed her vehicle out of a driveway on Keene Street, continued across the street and up the driveway of another residence before crashing through a garage door and colliding with a vehicle that had been parked inside.

No one was inside the residence at the time of the crash and the driver did not sustain any injuries, according to a news release prepared by Lieutenant Vincent Manco.

Manchester Twp Building Inspector Gary Loftus responded to the scene
and deemed the residence safe to occupy.

knarfie February 26, 2012 at 10:57 PM
So is this news in an adult community?
Eggs-n-Toast February 26, 2012 at 11:54 PM
Typical Sunday driving for the over 85 set....
Danny February 27, 2012 at 12:29 AM
Let me guess, the gas petal got stuck. Time for her to lose her license, before she either kills herself or someone else or both. Unfortunately none of our legislators have the guts to enacxt a law that would do just that.

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