April 16, 2021

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2 injured when vehicle strikes Roslindale home, flips over

Two people were injured late Thursday when a vehicle struck a home in Roslindale and flipped over. The crash happened at 11 p.m. on Poplar Street. The front of the home was damaged.”I was watching TV around 11 p.m. and all of a sudden, the whole front of my house was taken off a car,” homeowner Pauline Glynn said. “Just took off the front door of my closet, and it was upside down. Knocked my car into the next door’s fence.”When Glynn went outside, she said she saw a car upside down in her front yard. She had been sitting near the front door when the crash happened.”Everything got thrown all over the place. Glass all over the place. Like I said, the front door is gone – and now I don’t have to paint it this spring – and closet, the closet is gone, but structurally I think that I was lucky,” Glynn said.Glynn, her dog and a friend were all OK, but the two people in the car had to be rushed to the hospital.“The gentleman got out, and he seemed concerned because she couldn’t get out, so he was concerned that the woman couldn’t get out,” Glynn said.The vehicle involved struck a Toyota at the neighbor’s house before hitting Glynn’s house and crashing into her car.”This is my fourth car I’ve lost living here. I’ve lived here my whole life. My father lost two cars, so that’s six cars in the family we’ve lost on this street – it’s a speedway,” she said.An emergency repair crew boarded up the house. The crash remains under investigation.

Two people were injured late Thursday when a vehicle struck a home in Roslindale and flipped over.

The crash happened at 11 p.m. on Poplar Street. The front of the home was damaged.

“I was watching TV around 11 p.m. and all of a sudden, the whole front of my house was taken off a car,” homeowner Pauline Glynn said. “Just took off the front door of my closet, and it was upside down. Knocked my car into the next door’s fence.”

When Glynn went outside, she said she saw a car upside down in her front yard. She had been sitting near the front door when the crash happened.

“Everything got thrown all over the place. Glass all over the place. Like I said, the front door is gone – and now I don’t have to paint it this spring – and closet, the closet is gone, but structurally I think that I was lucky,” Glynn said.

Glynn, her dog and a friend were all OK, but the two people in the car had to be rushed to the hospital.

“The gentleman got out, and he seemed concerned because she couldn’t get out, so he was concerned that the woman couldn’t get out,” Glynn said.

The vehicle involved struck a Toyota at the neighbor’s house before hitting Glynn’s house and crashing into her car.

“This is my fourth car I’ve lost living here. I’ve lived here my whole life. My father lost two cars, so that’s six cars in the family we’ve lost on this street – it’s a speedway,” she said.

An emergency repair crew boarded up the house.

The crash remains under investigation.