Neighbour jumped out of ute's path as it crashed through front yards
A neighbour had to jump out of the way of a ute to save his life after it crashed through the front yard of the home he was working on in Sydney's north-west.
The ute left the road and drove across the front lawn of three homes, hit multiple cars and crashed into a carport on Quakers Road in Quakers Hill.
Aerial footage shows a trail of destruction stretching from the road to where the ute came to a stop at the front of the house.
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9News understands the ute driver was not injured.
Sooajdaap Vark said he was standing in the middle of a driveway when he heard "a really loud bang".
"I was right in the middle of the way of the vehicle and I had to jump… to save my life," Vark said.
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A woman living in the home where the car crashed said she was "really scared" and was reading a book at the time.
The ute was picked up by a tow truck at about 1.45pm.
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