MAXATAWNY TWP., Pa. - The front porch of John Horner's home has been reduced to rubble after he said a pickup truck slammed into it around 4:30 a.m. on Saturday.

"I knew exactly what happened," said Horner.

Horner tells us he was asleep inside his home along Route 222 in Maxatawny Township as it all unfolded.

"I've heard it before," said Horner.

He said this is the eighth time his home has been struck in his 20 years living there.

"You know that sound and then you just wait for the state police and the firetrucks and ambulances," said Horner.

He said nobody was hurt.

This crash comes months after a tractor-trailer slammed into another home just a few houses down on the same side of the road.

Both people in that home were also okay.

Neighbors who live along this stretch of 222 are urging drivers to slow down. They said it keeps getting busier.

"It's just dangerous drivers not paying attention," said Horner.

As for Horner, he said his whole porch will have to be replaced.

"So, we'll wait for the report from the state police and contact the insurance company to figure out who's is paying for it," said Horner.

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