Driver goes airborne, crashes through roof of N.C. house

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Police say a car went airborne before crashing through the roof of a home in Winston-Salem on Friday around 4 p.m. 

The accident happened at a group home for autistic adults in the 2900 block of Konnoak Drive. Emergency crews on scene say five or six people were inside the home with the car crashed through the roof. No of those people were hurt. 

Forsyth EMS says a woman who was driving the car was taken to Baptist Hospital. Investigators believe she had some sort of medical emergency and lost consciousness while driving.


Officials on scene say she ran a stop sign while going between 70-90 mph, and went up an embankment in front of the home before going airborne and crashing into the home. 

Firefighters are working on getting the car out of the house. 

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