A vehicle flipped several times and struck a house in Buford shortly before noon Saturday. Officers were called to a home in the 2500 block of Trailing Ivy Way. They found a black passenger car partially inside a home.
Two people have been transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries according to Gwinnett County police. Both the driver and the passenger were conscious and alert after the collision.
A preliminary investigation found that the driver struck two mailboxes on the left side of Trailing Ivy Way. Afterward, the driver re-entered the street crossing the pavement to hit a tree on the right side of the road. The car bounced off the tree eventually hitting the side of the garage on a nearby home. People inside the residence at the time impact were not injured.
The incident remains under investigation. At this time, no charges have been filed against the driver.
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