10-Month-Old Transported to Hospital After Car Crashes Into Long Island Home

A car collided with a house on Winding Street causing significant damage to the basement wall.

UPDATE: Suffolk County Police are investigating an incident in which a car went into a house in Huntington Station on June 6, 2019.

A 40-year-old woman was operating a 2003 Toyota and crashed into a house located at 150 Winding Street at approximately 3 p.m. The vehicle caused structural damage to the basement. No one was inside the house at the time. The driver was not injured. A 10-month-old girl was in a car-seat in the back and was transported to Huntington Hospital as a precaution.

On Thursday June 6, 2019, just after 3:00 p.m., emergency services responded to a house on the corner of Tower Street and Winding Street in Huntington Station, New York. After arriving on the scene, first responders found a vehicle that collided with the side of a house. The collision resulted in moderate structural damage to the basement wall of the residential two-story home.

The Town of Huntington sent a building inspector to the scene to investigate the integrity of the building after the damaging collision, which left a large hole in the side of the home.

The female driver of the car was transported to the hospital with her 10-month-old as a result of the collision. No one, from inside the residence, was injured.

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