by: Henry Rosoff Updated:KENT, Wash. —
Rene Keller was face-to-face with the driver who just rammed his truck into her living room at 6:15 a.m. on Thursday.
“There was dust smoke and everything everywhere,” Keller said. “My daughter-in-law was looking at him and she yells, ‘don’t leave,’ and he backs up and leaves.'"
The driver of the light gold Ford backed out so fast he caused these skid marks in the road. He left behind smashed furniture, a ripped up carpet and a yard in shambles.
Keller’s insurance company said it would help make her whole and already began repairing the house and no one was hurt. However, Regina Keller, Rene’s daughter, wants the driver locked up.
She shared pictures of the damage online. All the family knows about the driver is that he is bald and likely in his 30s. He was wearing a white shirt at the time of the crash.
“That guy left and he didn’t know if he killed someone,” Regina said. “He really didn’t know.”