IRWIN, Pa. - A car narrowly missed hitting two houses and landed in a creek Wednesday morning in Westmoreland County.
Authorities said the crash happened about 8 a.m. Wednesday on Wainwright Drive in Irwin.
According to police, the car traveled off the road, skidded between two houses and ended up in a stream.
Investigators said a medical issue caused the driver to veer off the road.
There is no word on the driver’s condition.
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