PHOENIX - Two Valley men got a rude awakening when a pickup truck crashed into their apartment Thursday morning.
The accident happened around 2:00 a.m. near 24th Avenue & Rose Garden Lane in Phoenix.
Bobby Hackrott and his partner live in the unit. Hackrott was sleeping and his partner was working on the computer when it happened.
"You can see where my head hit the wall," he said pointing to an indentation in the wall. The impact sent his bed, furniture and debris flying.
"I don't know where to begin to even start cleaning up," Hackrott said.
Amazingly, no one was seriously injured, but the room and most of the contents inside were destroyed.
Police tell ABC15 the pickup was going fairly fast when the driver misjudged a turn and over-corrected. The truck jumped the curb and slammed through the wall. The two people who were inside the truck ran and have yet to be located.
Hackrott told ABC15 that it could have been worse. He said his neighbor has a newborn and the infant's room is on the other side of his wall just a few feet away from where the truck hit.
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