Why motorists keep crashing into Illinois couple's home: 'There were two already this week'
1 month ago - By WGN TV
LOCKPORT, Ill. - Motorists keep crashing into a couple's house in Lockport, Illinois - and they say nobody wants to help them.
“We were actually in the living room watching and the whole house shook," homeowner Kristy Howard said of a recent incident.
Cars or SUVs on several terrifying occasions have crashed into Howard's home and garage, which sits near a state road about 30 miles south of Chicago.
The reason, she said, is because motorists keep mistaking their driveway for a nearby avenue.
To protect themselves, Howard and her husband have been forklifting heavy concrete barriers onto...
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