Driver crashes into 2nd floor of house on purpose

A motorist in Pennsylvania is facing potential charges after intentionally launching his car through the air and crashing into a home, leaving the vehicle suspended from the second story. The driver, identified as 20-year-old Evan Miller, drove his Toyota Corolla into a residence on Alfarata Road in Decatur Township. Authorities are now considering multiple charges against Miller for his involvement in the damaging collision. Shocking images from inside the house reveal the aftermath of the crash, with a gaping hole in the wall and debris scattered throughout the room.

Evan Miller allegedly began his destructive path by crashing into a ditch before launching his vehicle into the side of the house. He is currently being hospitalized for his injuries from the crash. Fortunately, no one else was harmed in the incident.

However, the impact of the crash caused significant damage to the property. Broken wood and building materials were strewn across the floor. The once-plaid-wallpapered room now bears the marks of the car’s intrusion, with a flipped bed and an old treadmill still standing amidst the wreckage.

Removing the car from the home proved to be a challenging task, taking approximately two hours to complete. Emergency crews worked diligently to stabilize the building, preventing any potential collapse. They also assisted the homeowners in covering the hole with a tarp to protect against incoming storms.

The Pennsylvania State Police have completed an investigation into the motive of the crash and determined that it was not an accident. Charges are currently pending against Evan Miller for his intentional act. Authorities are considering a variety of charges against Miller, including felony aggravated assault, felony criminal mischief with property damage, recklessly endangering another person, harassment, reckless driving, careless driving, failing to drive at a safe speed, and disregarding traffic lanes.