KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A two-car crash sent a vehicle with two young children careening into a house in a Kansas City, Mo., neighborhood Wednesday evening.
Witnesses say the driver of a blue Honda Civic ran a stop sign at Lydia and 77th, striking a red Toyota in the intersection, sending both cars into a neighbor’s lawn and the Honda into the home's facade.
The driver of the Honda then leapt from the car, checked on what witnesses said were his two young children in the back seat, then took off running, leaving the children and a woman behind.
Police are still searching for him tonight.
An ambulance later took the children and woman to an area hospital, but witnesses said they did not appear to be seriously hurt at the time.
The driver of the Toyota suffered minor injuries, according to her father at the scene.
No one was home at the house which was struck by the car, but a tire swing hangs just yards from where both cars rested.
A neighbor said that a car had struck that house once before, nearly two decades ago.
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