BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) - For the third time this week a car has slammed into a Buffalo home.
Buffalo fire officials say a mother and her daughter were driving on Kensington Ave. when the mother suffered what they think was a medical condition.
When first responders arrived on scene they found both women trapped inside the flipped over suv inside a garage. The driver was unconscious.
Buffalo Fire Division Chief Don McFeely said, "It looks like they went through the high school lot here, hit this big tree, bounced, hit the house, you can see the damage on the house, flipped over and slid right into the thing."
First responders had to stabalize the garage before they could pull the victims out of the vehicle.
Both women were taken to ECMC.
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