Hit-and-run stacks cars in Orlando driveway

- A hit-and-run-accident left the homeowner's cars in a strange position.

Homeowner John Kirkland woke up when he heard loud noises in his driveway Tuesday morning.

When he walked outside he didn't see much more than the driver speeding away, but what he did see surprised him.

His cars - which are usually parked one in front of the other - were stacked on top of each other in the driveway.

A Nissan truck had apparently slammed into his vehicles, forcing them to stack up.

Although the driver did not stop, he left behind part of his truck grill.

Kirkland says he is just happy no one was hurt.

"Obviously somebody came too fast around that corner, whether was messed up on drugs or alcohol, who knows?" Kirkland said. "Thank goodness no person was involved to get hurt. That's all I'm thankful for - you can always get new cars, you can't get new life."

Kirkland hopes whoever is responsible for this comes forward. Anyone with any information is urged to call police.

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