SAN JOSE — A driver crashed into a Willow Glen residence, shaking the inhabitants awake, then ditched the vehicle and ran away from the scene in the early-morning hours Friday, in accordance to law enforcement and a home owner.

The collision was noted about 12:50 a.m. on Willow Road at Glen Eyrie Avenue, with the darkish-colored auto resembling a hatchback or station wagon leading to critical destruction to the home’s garage and entry area. Some neighbors heard a loud screech in the leadup to the crash.

No a person inside of the house was injured in the crash, which police are investigating as a hit and run.

“We ended up sleeping and we were being awoken about a quarter to 1 with a loud bang and it shook the entire house,” home owner Lisa Swenson advised journalist Jonathan Rivas. “We came out to see what was taking place and there was a vehicle in our front space.”

By the time the citizens received a glance, the driver was nowhere to be found.

“We just concluded this dwelling, a remodel about a 12 months and a half ago,” Swenson explained. “It’s just devastating.”