Porsche Boxster ploughs into terraced property

Homeowner’s horror as £9,000 Porsche Boxster ploughs into terraced property demolishing its front wall and hedge

  •  The 2004 Porsche Boxster crashed into the front of a house in Farnham, Surrey
  • The house suffered extensive damage following the incident on Friday morning 
  • Police confirmed nobody was injured despite the extensive damage in the crash
  • Fire officers were forced to close the road for several hours after the accident  

A householder had a lucky escape after a Porsche Boxster smashed through their front garden and became lodged in the living room window. 

The 2004 sports car, which has a top speed of 169mph crashed through the hedge and hit the front of the house in Farnham, Surrey. 

Fire officers sealed off the road until the car was safely removed from the scene. 

The 2004 Porsche Boxster crashed through the front garden of a house in Farnham, Surrey on Friday morning causing significant damage to the property. Luckily no one was injured in the accident 

Surrey Fire officers were forced to close off the road outside the property until the structure of the house could be secured and the car removed

Surrey Police are currently investigating the cause of Friday’s accident, pictured

Police said fortunately nobody was injured. 

The Porsche’s 3.2litre, 280hp engine is capable of hitting 60mph in a little over five seconds.

The crash happened on Friday morning.  

A spokesman for Surrey Police said: ‘We were called after a grey Porsche Boxster collided with the side of a house in Guildford Road, Farnham.

‘No one was injured as a result of the incident.

‘However, it resulted in significant structural damage to the building.

Surrey Road Policing Unit tweeted: ‘Guildford Road, #Farnham is still closed whilst the building is made safe.

‘Then recovery can be started on the vehicle. No injuries to the car driver or house occupants.’

Farnham Fire Station tweeted: ‘Have been dealing with an RTC with Waverley Beat, Surrey along Guildford Road, Farnham since this morning.

‘Fortunately no one was injured.’ 

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