GREELEY, Colo. — Nobody was hurt after a driver crashed a truck into a home in Weld County early Tuesday morning, according to the Greeley Fire Department.
Around 10 p.m. on Monday, the fire department received a report of a vehicle that had crashed into a house.
They responded to the area of Weld County Road 49 and Weld County Road 60.5 to investigate and found a truck that had crashed into the front of a structure, according to the department.
Nobody was inside the home at the time. The driver of the truck refused medical treatment, according to the fire department. Authorities did not say if the driver would be charged.
The truck had severed the natural gas line servicing the house, so fire crews shut off the gas meter.
In addition to the fire department, Banner Health paramedics, Colorado State Patrol, Atmos Energy and Greeley Building Inspectors also responded to the scene.