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2 injured after car slams into Aspen Hill home

Two people suffered minor injuries after an SUV plowed into a single- family home in Aspen Hill early Tuesday morning, Montgomery County fire officials said.

The small SUV slammed into a sliding glass door in the rear of the home in the 13600 block of Parkland Drive around 12:20 a.m., said Capt. Oscar Garcia. The car damaged a living room and a laundry room before coming to a stop, Garcia said.

Video from the scene showed the SUV entirely inside the home.

At least three people were home at the time of the accident, Garcia said. A female passenger in the SUV and a female resident of the home who was injured by falling debris, were taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to Garcia.

Fire officials said the home’s residents have been evacuated pending an inspection by a county building inspector, which is slated for Tuesday morning.

The driver of the vehicle ha been has been charged with driving under the influencem, NBC 4 reported . Montgomery County police could not be reached for comment early Tuesday.


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