VIDEO: Car crashes into home in Columbia, driver turns herself into CPD

Published: Oct. 5, 2021 at 2:20 PM EDT|Updated: Oct. 7, 2021 at 12:13 PM EDT
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The female driver wanted in connection with two hit-and-run collisions on Monday has turned herself in.

Anastacia Pillot is accused of backing into a vehicle at the EZ Spot on Farrow Road before crashing into an occupied home on Mountain Drive, according to the Columbia Police Department.

“We heard the loud boom and it just sounded way too close to the house, so I immediately jumped up to see what happened and the whole house was pushed in,” said Alexis Hampton.

Thankfully no one was hurt, but among the aftermath is broken furniture, a shattered tv, crushed picture frames, and damaged walls.

“I was horrified. This is a family home a lot of my nieces and nephews, my kids they stay here,” said Paris Hampton.

“How do you not check to see if you hurt anybody, you didn’t as if anyone was okay. She needs to be put behind bars,” said Hampton.

Pillot has been charged with hit and run, striking a fixture, failure to report property damage, failure to give information and/or render aid, driving under suspension, and operating an uninsured vehicle.

Pictured below is a video from CPD:

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