Mum fears children could have been killed after car reverses into house

Jenna Moss with daughter Anabel, eight months, outside her damaged house

The extent of the damage

First published in News by , Reporter

A family have been left homeless after a car reversed into their house, causing severe structural damage.

Stay-at-home mum Jenna Moss was at a baby sensory class in Sandon when a car drove into the living room of her end of terrace home in Long Common, Heybridge.

No-one was in at the time.

The 29-year-old, who lives in the three-bedroom house with her two children, Alfie, three, and Anabel, eight months, and her partner Chris Murphy, feared that if she had been home, someone could have died.

She said: “It could have been fatal.

“Where the car drove into is basically where my boys toys are, a vintage record player and a TV.

“My kids could have been playing where the toys were."

See this week's Standard - out today - for the full story.

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