Trucks hits house in southeast Calgary
Two trucks nearly plowed through the front exterior of a house in southeast Calgary Wednesday evening.
The incident took place around 8:25 p.m. in the 2200 block of 36 Street S.E.
Police said it appeared one truck lost control, then hit a parked pickup, sending them both into the house.
The homeowner tried to chase the driver, who fled the scene on foot, but couldn't catch him.
Police said it's a suspected drunk driver.
No one was injured.
Police continue to investigate.
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