PITTSBURGH - A box truck crashed into several parked cars and a home’s porch early Monday morning in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood, police said.
Despite front-end damage, the truck continued driving after hitting the vehicles and knocking bricks off the porch shortly before 3 a.m. on Broad Street, officials said. One of the cars sustained significant damage.
- Summit Academy teacher accused of sex with student in her classroom
- Man who killed fiancee's son found guilty, sentenced to life in prison
- Woman shot to death in car with infant inside
- RAW VIDEO: Truck hauling lumber overturns near Monroeville
Charles McKinley followed the truck after his father’s car was hit.
“I heard a big crash. I come upstairs and next thing I know there's a box truck stuck in the house over here,” McKinley said. “The cop told me he was glad that I followed him because they went exactly where the truck was.”
The truck was towed away, but the driver was not located.
Earlier in the morning, the truck struck a brick pillar at a Wendy’s on Baum Boulevard, police said.
© 2017 Cox Media Group.