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A six-year-old disabled child miraculously survived after a car smashed into his bedroom - causing £20,000 of damage.
Lee Anderton, 55, thought the youngster had been killed after the red Mitsubishi Evo sports car careered into his home in Stourport-on-Severn, Worcs, at 3pm on Saturday afternoon.
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But miraculously wife Jacqui, 50, and the child, who has complex needs, weren't in the bedroom at the time because they were watching TV in their lounge.
Shocking images shows the huge gaping hole left in the side of their home by the vehicle - with the remains of the child's bed and care aids visible in the wreckage.
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Mr Anderton said: 'I was upstairs at the time. I heard a smash and the whole house shook.
'I ran downstairs and opened the door.
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'The room was thick with smoke and there was a red car in the room. I genuinely thought they'd both died.'
Jacqui said the pair would normally been in the downstairs bedroom but instead they were enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon on the sofa.
She said: 'I...
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