Woodlynne, NJ (WTXF) - A car crashed into a New Jersey home and it was all caught on camera.
The basement of the Rivera home of Woodlynne, Camden County, looks as if a small bomb went off. The water heater, pipes, vents, wiring are all a tangled mess and the homeowner can barely contain himself.
"This guy came out of no where coming from the street on this side, plowed right through the gate and into my basement," homeowner Albertico Rivera said.
It was 9 a.m. Monday morning when their security camera captured the crash.
The driver--identified in police records as 37-year-old Angel Moreno--driving a Jeep baring Pennsylvania plates--told police he was late for an appointment, driving fast and lost control. The image of the car in the house was captured by SkyFOX Monday.
The Riveras are forced to live in a hotel.
"He tore everything up in there. Water heater, electrical, plumbing the house heater," Albertico said.
But the story doesn't end there. Albertico Rivera faces a misdemeanor charge of simple assault. Not at home at the time of the crash, when he saw the damage and found Moreno being held on his property by police he grabbed for him.
"Do you regret having grabbed him?" FOX 29's Jeff Cole asked. Albertico replied, "I'm going to tell you the truth, I don't regret having grabbed him at all."
Woodlynne' s Director of Public Safety tells FOX 29 the driver "will" face a number of traffic violations and was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia for a pot pipe found in his vehicle.
The Riveras are still totaling their losses.
"Ten thousands dollars worth of tools all kind of stuff. He threw it ten feet across the basement," Albertico said.