Trapped driver rescued after slamming car into home

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SAN DIEGO – Two people were injured when a vehicle slammed into a home in Point Loma early Wednesday.

The car crashed through the bedroom of a home in the 3100 block of Nimitz Boulevard around 5 a.m.  The woman inside the home suffered from a broken nose and injured neck, but is expected to be okay.

Crews rescued the 60-year-old driver who had become trapped in the car. She was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, police said.

It’s not yet known how the person lost control of her car.

The home has surveillance cameras outside. The homeowners are working with investigators to determine if the crash was recorded on video.

People who live in the neighborhood have been complaining of speeding along Nimitz Boulevard. They said this is the second time a car hit one of these homes along the road.

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