DETROIT (WXYZ) - Four people were injured after a car smashed into a Waterford home Tuesday.
We're told one car blew through a stop sign at Voorheis and South Josephine. That car then hit another vehicle, which in turn then sent it flying into the house.
Nobody was at home at the time of the accident, but four people in the car were hurt.
Damage was caused to a tree, outdoor air conditioning unit and brick wall.
The homeowner says emergency crews had already responded by the time he made it home.
This is the fourth time in the past 40 years that a car has smashed into this house.
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