The Tulsa Fire Department responded to a car that drove into a Tulsa home Tuesday night.
Firefighters responded to the area near 57th and Sheridan just after 9:00 p.m.
News On 6 reporter Annie Chang is gathering information, but pictures show a white Toyota Camry in the side of a home.
Firefighters were able to remove the car and said it was halfway inside.
The family living in the home was uninjured.
The car went through the master bedroom and the wife said she's normally in bed at this time, but was in the living room of the home tonight.
Homeowners were not hurt. Wife says normally she'd been in master bedroom. Tonight she wasn't, and it saved her. pic.twitter.com/XOVSxwzOBa— Annie Chang (@AnnieNewsOn6) September 14, 2016
No word on how the car ended up inside the house or if the condition of the driver, but neighbors said they saw him walking around after the crash.