A fourth-generation (SN-95) Ford Mustang crashed into a townhouse on Culver Drive in London, Ontario Wednesday, suggesting that no matter what distance one keeps from the nearest car meet, out-of-control Ford pony cars are nonetheless an ever-present threat.
CTV News London reports that local authorities received a call relating to a vehicle crash at around 4am on April 19th. At the scene was an abandoned Ford Mustang convertible, and plenty of debris from the two damaged addresses. Witnesses say they saw two men, likely the driver and passenger, fleeing immediately after the crash. One of the men, believed to be the driver, later turned up at the hospital with injuries.
Damage to the two properties struck by the wayward Ford Mustang have been estimated at around $40,000 Canadian. The front wall of one of the homes has been visibly pushed in by the impact, and the front lawn is torn up. Amazingly, someone was asleep on the sofa near the front window of one of the addresses at the time of the crash, yet suffered no injuries.
Charges for the Ford Mustang’s driver and passenger are pending.