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Car drove into Rochester home Wednesday night
A Toyota Camry drove through a fence and sliding glass door at 22 Franklin Heights Wednesday night. No one was injured. (COURTESY)
Police, firefighters and emergency personnel responded around 9:45 p.m. to 22 Franklin Heights after a Toyota Camry, driven by Mark Harmon, 38, of East Rochester, drove into a home.
Police said in a news release Harmon was parking the car when it went over a small retaining wall, through a fence and through a sliding glass door of the residence.
The Camry, which sustained front-end damage, was towed from the scene.
Police said at this time, neither speed nor alcohol appears to be factors in the crash which remains under investigation.
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