Leigh McCall was just watching a little football when a Chevy Equinox came through one of the walls of her house, missing her by less than 12 inches.
"This time I thought she was dead, five inches away from it," Leigh’s husband Tim said.
Tim said “this time” because this isn’t even close to new.
The house has been hit by cars three times just while the McCall’s have lived there and eleven times overall.
Tim shook his head while saying “I had no idea how something didn't hit her. She was sitting just on the other side of the wall there."
The house sits across the street from a set of train tracks that are part of the reason it seems to be a car magnet.
"Every single accident has happened because they've come flying across the railroad tracks, headed north, and lose control when they come down. They go airborne over the tracks because of the hill," Tim noted.
Sargent Doug Heustis told WTHR in Indianapolis he agreed. "I think a lot of people don't appreciate just how quickly they can lose control of their vehicle and how much damage they can do with a speeding vehicle."
The driver of the Equinox admitted to having done just that. She told cops she lost control, overcorrected, and went through the wall.
While no one was hurt this time but the Indianapolis Star reports there has been at least one death caused by a car plowing into the house.