CLEVELAND - An investigation is underway after a car crashed into a home on the west side of Cleveland late Monday.
Cleveland Police told NewsChannel 5 officers were called to a home on the 4000 block of Schiller Avenue after a man drove through a stop sign and into a family's home.
The car crashed through the home's front porch and into part of the basement before coming to a stop.
While two people were inside the home at the time of the crash, police said no tenants were injured.
The driver, however, was hurt in the crash. Officers said he was bleeding from the head when they located him. Paramedics rushed him to MetroHealth Medical Center in stable condition.
No word yet on what charges the driver will face.
According to the landlord of the home, the lodged car is now holding the front porch up and will not be removed until a contractor is available sometime Tuesday.
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