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Los Angeles Crash Ends In-Between Homes

LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles police say a driver lost control of his car before it became airborne and crashed into two houses.

The crash early Sunday left the front and back ends of the car jammed into the sides of the two homes, with the vehicle several feet off the ground.

KNBC-TV reports that authorities were trying to determine how to move the vehicle without causing further damage to the houses.

Police say the driver was arrested for driving under the influence.

Information from: KNBC-TV, http://www.nbc4.tv/

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