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Collision Sends Car into Mt. Sinai Home for Second Time This Year

Home at the corner of Route 25A and Mt. Sinai-Coram Road struck by a car for the second time this year, this time leaving the occupants uninjured.

Two vehicles collided at the intersection of Route 25A and Mt. Sinai-Coram Road, causing one car to crash into a home on the corner at around 11 p.m. Tuesday. It was the second time the home was struck by a car this year.

According to Elliot Perry of the Mt. Sinai Fire Department, a red Suzuki spun into the home, causing only minor damage. The second car came to rest in the middle of 25A opposite the new TD Bank.

The occupants of the home were not harmed. The drivers, both women, had minor injuries and one was transported to the hospital.

In February, a van driven by a 56-year old man from Rocky Point had collided with a Toyota sedan In that crash, the van went into the living room of the home; the two residents and the driver of the car were all hospitalized. Damage from the last crash can still be seen in the photos above.

Marie Chi July 19, 2012 at 04:39 PM
These people should move. Even so, imagine trying to sell the house? "Hmm yes, unfortunately cars tend to plummet into the living room every few months..."

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