TULSA - Tulsa police are looking for the driver who smashed into a parked car in north Tulsa overnight.
"We heard a big boom," said resident Egan Harper. "By the time we got out here they were already making the corner up there at Pine."
Harper and Holly Sherwin were watching television when they heard the crash outside their home near Pine and New Haven around 1 a.m.
The impact was so strong that it pushed a PT Cruiser several yards into a tree.
Police say the driver sped off down the street.
Harper says things like this aren't uncommon in the neighborhood.
"There used to be a fence out here but they took it out so many times we quit putting it back up," said Harper. "They're always running the stop sign right here."
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