Two people were injured after a car hit a house in Chattanooga and caught on fire, according to a news release.
The accident happened shortly after midnight at 20 S. Germantown Rd.
The victims were taken to a hospital. Their condition is unknown at this time.
The impact from the car caused substantial damage to the front of the structure, the release stated. The damage costs are estimated at $15,000. It was determined the house was not safe to occupy.
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