A car drove
into a house in Waterloo
Wednesday starting a fire and injuring one person inside the home.
It happened at
418 Longfellow in Waterloo
around 6 p.m.
and son of the house were home at the time; in fact, the son was in the shower
when the car caved in the wall beside him.
"My son was exactly on the opposite side of that wall," Jody
Sprhele said. "With a mirror in front of him, he could have been buried alive,
and the driver doesn't have to courtesy to stick around. He runs away on
Fortunately, the son only needed a few stitches.
The crash also created a fire. The Waterloo Fire Department had the fire out
in about half an hour.
Waterloo police have not yet released any
information on if the man was arrested.
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