TULSA - Emergency crews responded to an accident Monday morning in midtown Tulsa after a truck plowed into a home.
The vehicle is completely inside the home near 22nd and Lewis.
A white male driving northbound on Lewis veered left for an unknown reason and drove into the house.
Tulsa police spokesman Officer Leland Ashley says the driver had a seizure and blacked out, which is when he drove into the house. The 21-year-old man was transported to the hospital in fair condition, said EMSA officials.
The truck took out a load-bearing wall inside the home and crews on the scene are concerned about a potential collapse when the truck is removed.
The homeowner was not home at the time of the accident.
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