Driver taken to Tobey Hospital after car hits Onset house

Aug 13, 2017
Source: David G. Curran Wareham Police and Onset firefighters were called to this home after it was struck by a car Sunday evening in Onset.

A car struck a home on Martin Street in Onset Sunday evening at around 6 p.m., reportedly injuring the driver who was taken to Tobey Hospital for treatment.

Wareham Police and Onset Fire Rescue responded to the incident. The building inspector and electrical inspector were called upon and there was an "active water leak" and "heavy structural damage" caused to the home, according to emergency broadcasts.

A person inside the home at the time of the crash was said to be uninjured. Additional information is unavailable at this time.

(Source: David G. Curran)
Comments (4)
Posted by: noseyrich | Aug 14, 2017 07:47

Great story!!! Driver had no name and resident??? also had no name...so they must be related.

I love these no information stories, brings out the detective in me.



Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Aug 14, 2017 12:46

I don't make light of anything when someone gets hurt. Hope the driver isn't hurt too badly and fully recovers. Everything else is just wood and metal.

 

Detective time for sure! I have to comment on that. The pic doesn't show the front of the car. Based on the damage in the left rear, it looks like the car backed into the house. Cars don't normally drive too far backwards, so it very likely was "related". I know if I backed into my own house or backed into my neighbor's house we'd all prefer to keep it on the down-low. Maybe that's why there are no names?



Posted by: Sharkie | Aug 14, 2017 13:08

They are brother and sister and allegedly, she was intoxicated.  It the first time the sister has done something like this. Heard some woman, a neighbor, screaming 'How many times are you going to do this?!' Then the brother was screaming at the sister about his house. She backed through the chain link fence, into the house, the car hit something, spun around and she drove into it a second time. They loaded her into the back of an ambulance. She handed her brother a large bottle of pills at some point.



Posted by: Society for Suppression of Noise | Aug 14, 2017 13:29

First time?  What took her so long?  Don't know if Sharkie's story is genuine or just in fun, but it's funny either way.



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