Wichita Police say no one was injured after a car crashed into a northwest Wichita home and came to rest through the wall of the garage.
It happened in the 6700 block of west 34th street north a little after 9 p.m.
Police say the car was going too fast when it came up over the curb, hit the wall of the living room, bounced off the wall of the home and went through the garage.
A woman who lives in the home was out watering her plants when the car came towards her. Police say she jumped out of the way and avoided injury. Her husband says he had just stepped inside and heard the whole thing.
"It sounded like two huge explosions because he first hit that and then when he hit my car it was two loud explosions," said Eric Robison. "She pretty much had a panic attack in the front yard, because like I said she had to jump to get out of the way. She was on this side of the plant watering it and she had to jump to not get hit."
Eric said that's not the first time they've seen a car come around that corner too fast, but it is the first time they've had someone come so far up into their yard.
"Typically people drag race, they start right there and go that way, it's usually not this way. But there was a witness at the bridge that said they were drag racing coming this way," explained Eric. "This is a dangerous corner, in the winter we go out and put salt down."
According to police records, Jeremy Howes, 28, was arrested for reckless driving and driving under the influence. He is no longer behind bars.