Car Crashes onto President Bush's Lawn in Texas

Thursday, 23 Dec 2010 11:12 AM

 

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DALLAS (AP) — Police and security agents were sent scrambling when a driver crashed onto the front lawn of former President George W. Bush's home near Dallas.

Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan says the single-car accident happened Wednesday, and neither Bush nor his wife were injured. He says there was no reported damage to their house.

Donovan says the driver was questioned but released after the accident. He says the man had been visiting one of Bush's neighbors.

Dallas police are investigating. The Bushes live in a gated community in North Dallas.

In a statement, Bush spokesman David Sherzer says the Bushes were home but never in danger.

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