Family left homeless at Christmas after B&Q lorry ploughs through house
A family has been left homeless for Christmas after a B&Q articulated lorry ploughed into the side of their £300,000 home this morning.
Homeowner David Hill, 31, today told how he was abruptly woken in the early hours of the morning (December 17) after hearing a "huge thud."
And after investigating the noise, he discovered an enormous lorry in the front of his house in Harlow, Essex, and rushed upstairs to get his wife Hannah, 28.
This afternoon engineers were inspecting the end-of-terrace, two-bedroom property which is believed to have been damaged structurally in the 3.30am crash.
This video was filmed 17th December 2019.