A vehicle burst into flames and crashed into the back of a Michigan home early Tuesday, police said.
According to Jackson Fire Capt. Bob Walkowicz, crews responded at 5:20 a.m. to a house in Jackson that was on fire and had several explosions, MLive reported. They discovered a flaming car had crashed into the back of a two-story home, and several exploded oxygen tanks were found inside the burned vehicle, the website reported.
No injuries were reported and the house was vacant because it was being renovated, Walkowicz told MLive.
The driver of the vehicle was not found when fire units responded, Walkowicz told the website.
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