RELATED : Family dealing with aftermath of car crash into Springfield home
Cragg and his passenger Sabrina Chafin were sought on warrants — Chafin’s out of Greene County. They were trapped when the vehicle came to rest on its top after causing heavy damage to the house.
They lost a lot of items but people have been kind and have been helping them out, Radford said.
“The TV, the stand, the furniture, everything in the living room - they destroyed. I’m just lucky”, Radford said. “It barely missed her,” Radford said referring to her mother. “The church helped us out with some food … cause we can’t cook or nothing.”
The crash could have been a lot worse Radford said because of the many children that play in the area. A child could have been hit or the house could have been more severely damaged.
“My mom just got back from making a police report for her oxygen machine and stuff like that. He almost blew us up,” Radford said. “We have oxygen in the house. I’m on a CPAP machine and she’s on an oxygen machine. So, we have to get them replaced.”
This publication was told it will take a few weeks before the house is back to normal.
Cragg has appeared in court and was charged with fleeing/eluding a police officer, three counts of weapons under disability and three counts of firearms in motor vehicle.