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Thursday, February 18, 2016

This Florida home has had two different cars crash into it over the last two months

Posted By on Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 8:39 AM

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By today's count, an extremely unfortunate townhouse in Suntree, Florida, has now had two cars, by two different drivers, smash through its front window in the last two months. 

Last December, a 2015 Honda Civic decided to park in the living room of this poorly placed townhouse, located on the 7000 Block of Candlewick Drive, reports Florida Today.



The home sits in the middle of a fork in the road, where drivers who decide to not turn right or left must clear a ditch, a sidewalk and a few bushes in order to effectively Kool-Aid Man through the front window

Almost the exact same incident happened again last Friday, Feb. 12.  According to Brevard County Fire Rescue, a Chevy Cobalt barreled through the townhouse, again placing a small economy car into the living room of these cursed residents, none of whom were injured.  

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