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A toddler avoided injury when an SUV crashed into his bedroom, according to the Denver Post. The boys parents were woken in the night when a Cadillac Escalade crashed into their home. The vehicle slammed into the wall of their 18-month-old son’s room, but because the crib is on the opposite wall, the child was unharmed. After checking on their son, the couple went outside to check on the driver of the vehicle that hit their house. The man, who may have had a medical emergency while driving, was taken to the hospital. The homeowner said that he and his wife have thought this may be a possibility as they are located at a t-intersection. He is considering landscaping his front lawn with some large rocks top prevent a similar incident in the future.
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