2 Hospitalized After Wild Crash Into Pasco Home Sunday Eve.
Authorities have not said their condition, but two men who were allegedly "test driving" a vehicle are in an area hospital after they flipped it up against a home Sunday evening.
According to reports, including scanner information, the two were allegedly speeding on Chapel Hill Boulevard eastbound, near Keeneland Lane, when they lost control.
Scanner calls went out around 8:26PM, and the car reportedly flipped then came to a rest up against the front door area of the home, upside down. It has not been officially confirmed, but on scene reports the two had to be extricated or cut from the vehicle.
No other details were avaiable as of Monday morning. For a view of the situation, click on the button below, for a local TV station video showing the car upside down.
UPDATE--neither man suffered life threatening injuries, car was leaking gas after crash, but fire crews able to extricate them. The speeding car, a 2007 Nissan, hit the curb with enough force to cause it to flip and hit the home.