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3 arrested after stolen vehicle crashes into northeast Calgary home: police

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WATCH: Several people are in custody after a car crashed into a house in northeast Calgary. Carolyn Kury de Castillo reports. – Dec 12, 2023

No injuries have been reported after police say a stolen Subaru Outback crashed through the front wall of a home in the northeast Calgary neighbourhood of Whitehorn on Tuesday morning.

Calgary police said officers responded to the 4200 block of Whitehorn Drive Northeast at around 9:30 a.m. after a vehicle left the road and crashed into a house and fence.

Police determined the vehicle had been reported stolen and three suspects were arrested at the scene.

An EMS spokesperson told Global News that no one was taken by ambulance from the scene.

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The extent of the damage to the home has not been confirmed.

A Subaru Outback crashed into a home in the 4200 block of Whitehorn Drive Northeast on Tuesday morning. Global News
Calgary Fire Department crews at the scene of the crash where police say a stolen vehicle damaged a home in Whitehorn on Tuesday morning. Global News

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