Car Crashes Into House, Cannabis Factory Exposed

A freak accident reveals criminal activity occurring in a residential housing estate

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Hole in the wall revealing cannabis plants, South Australia Police

A car crashed into the front wall of a house in Oak Avenue, Clovelly Park, Adelaide, Australia, revealing a number of hydroponic cannabis plants being grown inside.

The South Australia police were called to the scene at 3.15pm Monday, 1st August, to investigate the crash where they found the drug factory through the collapsed exterior wall.

The car managed to crash into several vehicles before plowing straight through the house's front gate, driving over the lawn and crashing into the brick wall.

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House on Oak Avenue before crash, Google Street View

A neighbor Kerrie-Ann Moon, 21, told The Advertiser, she saw the bingle unfold, saying the driver hit two cars, a tree, a pole and the house. She said, “It was pretty scary, we thought he was going to come through and hit us.” Kerrie-Ann was shocked by the news of the cannabis growing inside.

No one was inside the house at the time of the crash and by the looks at what was revealed inside it's highly unlikely the residents will be returning anytime soon.

The driver was taken to a local hospital to be treated for his injuries.

 



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