BURNHAM - A truck from a local business crashed into a Burnham house Thursday morning, Mifflin County Regional Police Department reports.
Police said a B&B Sealcoating truck hit the east side of a residence at 118 Orchard Grove Ave.
According to the report, the truck and business's owner, Robert E. Baker said the truck was parked, unoccupied, facing west, downhill and had its wheels chocked.
A truck from a local sealcoating business crashed into a Burnham house where the owner was working, Mifflin County Regional Police report. Police said the truck was chocked, but the vibration from the sealcoating machine caused the truck to roll past the chocks and into the house. No one was reported injured, police said.
Police said the agitator to the sealcoat tank was engaged and running which caused vibrations with enough force to push the vehicle over the wheel chocks.
According to the report the vehicle began drifting out of control downhill.
Police said Baker ran alongside the out-of-control vehicle and attempted to bring the vehicle under control, but was unable to do so and the truck entered a neighboring yard and then slammed into the east side of the residence owned by Robert Mazza.
Police said there were no injuries, the vehicle sustained moderate damage and the Mazza residence sustained significant structural damage.
Mifflin County Regional Police Department was assisted at the scene by Burnham Fire Co. and Derry Township Fire Police. Baker's vehicle was towed from the scene.