Photos taken at the scene where a car has crashed into a Noosa home
Photos taken at the scene where a car has crashed into a Noosa home Peter Gardiner

'There's a car in my kitchen' Severe damage to Coast home

UPDATE:

A DOWNSTAIRS area of a Noosa Heads house has been severely damaged after a driver hit the accelerator pedal of  the sedan while attempting to reverse it out of the home's garage.

The white sedan driven by an elderly woman slammed through a built-in room in the Allambi Tce two storey house and one emergency fire and rescue responder said it was fortunate that no one was using a downstairs toilet which was demolished by the impact shortly after 11am.

A car is believed to have smashed through the lower rooms of this Allambi Tce home in Noosa heads after an elderly female driver reversing out of the garage hit the accelerator.
A car is believed to have smashed through the lower rooms of this Allambi Tce home in Noosa heads after an elderly female driver reversing out of the garage hit the accelerator. Peter Gardiner

The woman was believed to uninjured and was not transported by an ambulance who attended the accident.

Fortunately there appears to be no major structural damage to the home.

Police are yet to confirm how the car smashed through the garage but the emergency officials said it was a simple backing out procedure which went terribly wrong for the driver.

A tow truck was called in to extricate the vehicle.

BREAKING: EMERGENCY services are rushing to the scene where a car has crashed into a Noosa Heads home.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said crews got the call just after 11.15am.

It is believed the home is on Allambi Terrace, with one person involved.

More to come.


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