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May 08. 2014 7:04AM

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)

ROCHESTER – No one was injured after a car crashed through a Franklin Heights home Wednesday.


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.

Two people inside the home were uninjured because they were in other rooms.  Harmon also was uninjured, according to police.


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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