Jo-Anne Murdaugh of Beaufort stands next to the damaged area of her home on Wednesday morning after an driver crashed into her home on Tuesday night.  This is the second car in the past year that has crashed on her property.
Jo-Anne Murdaugh of Beaufort stands next to the damaged area of her home on Wednesday morning after an driver crashed into her home on Tuesday night. This is the second car in the past year that has crashed on her property. Staff photo
Jo-Anne Murdaugh of Beaufort stands next to the damaged area of her home on Wednesday morning after an driver crashed into her home on Tuesday night. This is the second car in the past year that has crashed on her property. Staff photo

Damage from Burton car-vs-house crash may force woman from home temporarily

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