UPDATE: Car slams into west Denver home, trapping resident

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DENVER (KDVR) — UPDATE (6:07 p.m.): Denver police say the driver of a truck that crashed into a house, trapping a resident was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

ORIGINAL: One person was injured when a car slammed into a house in west Denver early Saturday morning.

According to the Denver Police Department, the crash occurred in the 5000 block of West Dakota Avenue shortly before 1:30 a.m.

Police said the car went deep into the home, trapping a female resident and causing significant damage.

The female was taken to a local hospital. The extent of her injuries is currently unknown, DPD said.

Video from a neighbor’s doorbell camera shows an out-of-control vehicle hopping a curb and becoming airborne before striking the house.

Police have not yet provided information about the driver and charges he or she may face.

The investigation is ongoing.

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