Horror as sleeping woman is pinned to her bed by a runaway SUV that crashed through her house in the middle of the night
- Woman was sleeping in her house when an SUV collided with it on Saturday night
- The 54-year-old was in her bed in the front room of Bargo’s home south of Sydney
- SUV then crashed into the house, holding the woman and 46-year-old driver
A sleeping woman was pinned to her bed by an SUV after it crashed through a wall and into her bedroom in the middle of the night.
The 54-year-old woman was sleeping in the front room of her house at Jack Davis Place in Bargo, southwest of Sydney, at 11.40 pm on Saturday.
An SUV then crashed into the house before the woman was held by her legs and the 46-year-old driver was trapped.
The 54-year-old woman was sleeping in the bedroom at the front of her house on Jack Davis Place (pictured) in Bargo, southwest of Sydney, at 11.40pm on Saturday.
The driver was taken to Liverpool Hospital for mandatory testing after the crash in Bargo
New South Wales Ambulance and Fire and Rescue were called to the scene before freeing both women.
The resident was taken to Campbelltown Hospital and is being treated for a minor injury to her left leg.
The driver was taken to Liverpool Hospital for mandatory examination.
A man and two teenage girls were also in the house but avoided injury.
Camden Police Area Command is investigating the crash.