Northfield family left in shock as their parked car suddenly crashes into the living room

Police are hunting the driver of the car who crashed into the parked vehicle which ploughed into the home

Homeowners were left shocked when their parked car ploughed through their living room in a freak hit-and-run crash.

Firefighters scrambled to the house in Cheverton Road, in Northfield, at around 3am on Saturday (15/1).

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The homeowners were not hurt in the crash which saw their own car rammed through their living room wall.

Homeowners were left shocked when their parked car ploughed through their living room in a freak hit-and-run crash in Northfield, Birmingham

The driver of the car which caused the crash is being hunted by police.

Dramatic pictures show the white car embedded in the wall of the house just inches away from a sofa.

Writing on West Midlands Fire and Rescue Service Twitter page, they said: "Green watch crews were called to a car that had hit another parked car at 3am, outside a house in Northfield.

Boarded up house on Cheverton Road, in Northfield, Birmingham after a car ploughed through the front in a freak hit-and-run crash

"The collision caused the residents’ car to smash their bay window.

"The occupants of the other vehicle fled the scene, police are investigating."

Boarded up house on Cheverton Road, in Northfield, Birmingham after a car ploughed through the front in a freak hit-and-run crash

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