PITTSBURGH - A home that was damaged during a tractor-trailer crash in Pittsburgh's West End Friday was burglarized over the weekend, the home's owner said.
Linda Witherspoon said thieves broke into her home and stole her television after the accident.
A total of nine vehicles were damaged in the crash, including two school buses, when the tractor-trailer driver lost control Friday morning.
Witherspoon said she was getting her grandchildren ready for school when she saw the truck barreling toward her home.
"I saw it coming. It was going 100 mph. The driver was trying but he couldn't do nothing," said Witherspoon.
Witherspoon said she has been having nightmares about the incident and is now moving to another home in West End.
So far, no arrests have been made in the burglary.
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