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Driver Collides into Home

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Four people were taken to the hospital Sunday night after a driver crashed into a home on Broadwater Avenue around 5:30 PM.

One male, one female, and two children were taken to the hospital after the crash. Billings Police report the driver was heading west on Broadwater, crossed into on-coming traffic, drove across two lawns and crashed into a home on the 1300 block of Broadwater.

According to Sergeant Scott Conrad with the Billings Police Department, it appeared the male driver had inhaled a substance before crashing. Sergeant Conrad said was not ticketed, but will likely face criminal endangerment and vehicular assault charges when he is released from the hospital.

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