Car drove into home in Tweed Heads Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News
Car drove into home in Tweed Heads Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News John Gass

Car hits house after driver hits gas not brake

Update: Friday August 22 12pm 

ONE Tweed Heads South home is a bit worse for wear after a car crashed through a fence and into a brick wall on Thursday afternoon.

Tweed-Byron LAC Inspector Bobbie Cullen said about 12.30pm Thursday, a 34-year-old Queensland woman hit the accelerator of her red sedan, instead of the break.

Her car subsequently collided with the Lloyd St home, which is understood to be owned by the Department of Housing.

Insp Cullen said it's believed the resident was unable to stay in the home. 

 

Initial Report: Thursday August 21 12.59pm

A car has reportedly crashed into a home in Lloyd St, Tweed Heads South. 

Tweed-Byron LAC police Inspector Bobbie Cullen said it's believed a red sedan has crashed into a home. 

Police were on scene as of 1pm. 

More details to come. 


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