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CAR PLOWS INTO HOUSE
Friday, October 11, 2013 11:00 AM
Samuel Harmon, 28, of Madison, explains to Madison Police Department Patrolman Brian Wyatt why he couldn't walk a straight line during a field sobriety test he was given after crashing his truck into a house at 714 E. Second St. on Thursday. Harmon was given a breath test at the scene, and Wyatt said it read Harmon's blood-alcohol-level at .275. Harmon was traveling east on East Second Street before leaving the road, moving onto the south sidewalk, crashing through a fence in front of 708 E. Second St., traveling through the front yard of 712 E. Second St. and into the west wall of the house at 714 E. Second St. No one was in the house at the time of the crash. The eastern wall was pushed away from the foundation, leaving an opening at the corner of the house as a result of the crash. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchiefirstname.lastname@example.org)
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