Airborne car lands on roof of home in St. Louis

- A car crashed onto the roof of a home in St. Louis, seriously injuring the car's driver.

Police say the car was speeding down the road and lost control of the vehicle, launching off a hill and right onto the roof of the home on Sunday.

The car appears to also have damaged a neighboring home.

Fortunately, the occupant of the home was at the gym at the time of the crash and was uninjured. But firefighters told FOX 2 in St. Louis the driver was trapped under the dashboard and transported to the hospital in critical condition with injuries to his lower body.


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