Natick public safety personnel were called Saturday afternoon to the home of a woman who had driven her Toyota Camry through the front of her house.
According to the Natick Police Department, the driver suffered minor injuries when her car smashed through the front wall of her Bishop Street home.
While the woman, whose name and age were not disclosed, and vehicle were OK, the house was not, reported the Metro West Daily News.
Natick Deputy Fire Chief Peter Carney described the damage to the News:
"She managed to put (the car) three-fourths of the way into the side of the house," Carney said.
There was no major structural damage and crews on the scene boarded up the hole on the duplex house, WCVB reported.
The Boston Globe reported the hole went right into the living room.
On Saturday evening, Carney told WCVB he didn’t know how the accident occurred.