TALMADGE (CBS 8) - It's a lesson a young woman learning to drive won't soon forget after she crashed her car into a house in Talmadge.
It happened just before 10 a.m. Sunday in the 4800 block of Winona Avenue.
San Diego Fire-Rescue says the driver panicked from some reason and hit the front of the house. Fortunately, she wasn't hurt. Neither was the elderly man who lives in the house.
"I was working on the computer in the back room. All I heard was the big crash. And I just came to look and see if my dog, Chloe, was hurt. And then I saw the big mess," said homeowner William DeMalignon.
The dog wasn't hurt either.
Firefighters shored up the wall until the homeowner can arrange for permanent repairs.
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