BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Tuesday afternoon in South Buffalo, the driver of an SUV crashed into a home on Ward Court, and the vehicle traveled up the side of the house.
The front end of the SUV ended up just below the roof of the one-story brick home.
If you look through WIVB.com's photo gallery, you can see an image of a tow truck removing the SUV from the side of the home.
Authorities say the male driver of the vehicle was not seriously injured, and no one was at home at the time of the crash. Investigators believe the driver may have suffered a medical condition.
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