ABC 7 News recently reported that a car left the road and crashed into the dining room of a home in Tustin, a city in Orange County. The crash occurred just before 2:30 in the morning and the residents of the home described that “it felt like a magnitude-20 earthquake.” Chandeliers, TVs and other property were destroyed, but the residents of the home were okay. Fortunately, the car barley missed the homeowner’s daughters and their friends who were having a sleep over in the living room of the home—the girls suffered only minor scratches.
However, the young driver of the car—a 20-year-old male—was not wear a seatbelt and was killed on impact. The 17-year-old female passenger was wearing a seatbelt and suffered injuries in the crash. She was taken to the hospital to receive treatment for her injuries.