Wall destroyed as car ploughs into front of Wolverhampton house

The front wall of a house was destroyed when a car smashed into it in the early hours.

The scene on Warstones Road, Penn. Photo: Wolverhampton Fire
The scene on Warstones Road, Penn. Photo: Wolverhampton Fire

The front bay window of the home in the Penn area of Wolverhampton was destroyed in the incident early on Sunday morning.

Emergency crews rushed to the scene in Warstones Road at 1.33am, with firefighters turning out from both Wolverhampton and Bilston stations.

The building has since been made safe by the fire service's technical rescue unit.

It has not yet been confirmed whether anyone has been arrested in relation to the crash.

A spokeswoman for West Midlands Fire Service said: "We had a report of an RTC on Warstones Road. Two appliances attended the scene.

"The call came in at 1.33am. The incident involved a car which had gone into a ground-floor bay window[of the property].

"Our technical rescue team did attend and made sure the building was safe."

Images from the scene show the extend of the collision with scattered bricks and debris on the driveway and in the home.

West Midlands Police has been contacted for comment.

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