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Car ploughs into house while family eat breakfast in the next room

The crash has left a gaping hole at the front of the house in Cheapside, Worksop. Credit: BPM Media

A family have spoken of their shock after a car ploughed into their house while they were eating breakfast in the next room - leaving a gaping hole in the wall.

It happened in the early hours of 20 October in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.

Police have closed off a section of the road while they investigate the crash.

There has been no sign of the car.

None of the family were injured in the crash. Credit: BPM Media

Claudia Andronic fled her home immediately after the crash, with her husband, their seven-year-old son and her mum and dad.

None of them were injured.

We were sat in the kitchen having coffee when we heard a big bang - like a crunch.

When we looked, a car had come into the house through my bedroom wall. We were shocked.

The men in the car, they ran away.

– Claudia Andronic, homeowner
Part of the road has been closed while police investigate. Credit: BPM Media

Claudia said they will stay in their damaged home as it gets fixed.

The family only bought the house a year ago.

My son was fine, he was not scared. But look at the house. What will happen? I only bought it a year ago. We are going to stay here because our insurance covers the work.

– Claudia Andronic, homeowner
There has been no sign of the car involved in the crash. Credit: BPM Media

A spokesman for West Bassetlaw Police said:

Officers were called at around 5.20am after a car crashed into the side of a house in Cheapside, Worksop.

The road is currently closed whilst engineers attend to assess the structural damage to the house; however there is limited access for pedestrians. It is unknown when the road will re-open.

The occupants of the house were unhurt, whilst the occupants of the car fled the scene on foot.

– Spokesman, West Bassetlaw Police