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SUV crashes into two homes in Parma, officials say
PARMA, Ohio -- Parma police have not said whether the driver of an SUV that crashed into two homes late Friday is charged with a crime. The Parma Fire Department responded shortly before 11 p.m. to the crash on West 54th Street near Allanwood Drive ...
By Kaylee Remington, cleveland.com
An SUV crashed into two homes Friday night in Parma, officials say,Parma Fire Department
PARMA, Ohio -- Parma police have not said whether the driver of an SUV that crashed into two homes late Friday is charged with a crime.
The Parma Fire Department responded shortly before 11 p.m. to the crash on West 54th Street near Allanwood Drive, according to a post on the department's Facebook page.
The SUV's driver suffered no serious injuriesFire officials and police have not said whether anyone was at home when the crash took place.
The SUV wedged between the two homes and tore off the siding.
Police could not provide additional information on if the driver was charged or the circumstances surrounding the crash.
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