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12 September 2011

This was the sight that greeted neighbours after a blue Vauxhall Astra smashed into a detached house in Aylesbury.

The car, which was seen racing at alleged speeds of 80-100mph, ploughed through the front fence after losing control at the nearby roundabout.

It ricocheted into the front door, destroying a downstairs toilet. Debris was scattered all over the garden with skid marks across the lawn.

Resident Miriam and Ormund Robin, who live in the detached house were lucky not to have been in the car’s path.

Mrs Robin said she had had a lucky escape. 'If I had been in the downstairs loo I would have been dead,' she told the Bucks Herald. 'It's been demolished.'

'All of a sudden I heard this almighty bang, I went out to see what had caused the noise and I was absolutely shocked when I saw the car.

'I was shaking and I didn't know if the house was going to go up in flames.

A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said two people from the vehicle had been arrested in connection with the incident.

The crash at Oliffe Way, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, happened about 11pm on Saturday night.

An eyewitness said: 'The whole front end of the house is completely wiped out.'

It is understood the two occupants of the vehicle – believed to be teenagers – escaped serious injury and nobody else was hurt in the crash.

The car is still lodged in the house and it is understood that the authorities are awaiting a structural engineer to inspect the property before the vehicle is removed.

The couple's son-in-law told the Bucks Herald that their insurance company had refused to respond to the incident until Monday.

Source: Daily Mail