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This Eureka moment is being hailed as a miracle.
A crashed car catapulted through the air into a house in Eureka, Missouri, just feet from where the owners were sleeping — and everyone walked away unharmed.
Two teens returning from a graduation party early Sunday swerved off the road, hit a tree, and flipped end-over-end down an embankment before crashing through the roof of a house, officials told the St Louis Post-Dispatch.
Amazing fire department photos show the white Chevrolet Malibu sticking up vertically from the middle of the master bathroom — about six feet from where the owners were in bed, with their child also asleep in another room.
Miraculously, no one was injured, including the two teens who were able to get out of the crashed car and walk free unharmed, officials said.
“If you look at that crash it’s, like, how did somebody not die?” fire department spokesman Scott Barthelmass told the Post-Dispatch.
“It’s literally incredible. [The car was] literally just saucering through the air end-over-end,” he said.
The fire department’s Deputy Chief William Stamberger told Fox 2 Now that it was “an extreme success story that everybody survived this.”
“They were truly lucky … there could have been the potential for a great amount of disaster,” he said.
The homeowners — who were not identified — told Fox 2 Now that they were just grateful no one was hurt and they would let the insurance companies sort out repairing the damage to their home.
There was no suggestion in the reports that police were investigating the teen driver’s crash.
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