Roanoke County Police say one car crashed into two homes just outside Salem this morning, and a medical condition may have led to the accident. It happened around the intersection of Kingsmill and Queensmill Drives. Police say the vehicle crashed into the corner of one home and into the basement of another. The driver’s injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. No one in either home was hurt. (Continue reading for the full Roanoke County Police news release.)
Roanoke County Police Officers responded to a single vehicle crash in the area of Kingsmill Drive and Queensmill Drive. The preliminary investigation revealed the operator of the vehicle may have suffered a medical emergency and veered off of Kingsmill Drive. After leaving the roadway, the vehicle crashed into the residence at 1648 Kingsmill Drive. The vehicle continued to travel through an adjacent yard and crashed into the basement of 1901 Queensmill Drive. Occupants of the residences were not injured due to the crashes. The driver of the vehicle was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Case is still under investigation.