An out-of-control trash truck smashed into a row of parked cars along a residential street in Philadelphia, but no injuries have been reported.
Neighbors say they heard a series of loud booms around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday that caused them to bolt out of bed.
Crazy scene in South Philly after a private trash truck crashes into parked cars on Reed St. near 26th St. Driver told police there was some kind of mechanical issue. No one was hurt, but several cars are crushed or damaged #LIVE report from the scene @CBSPhilly @ 6am pic.twitter.com/T5YSxqa19z
— Trang Do (@TrangDoCBS3) April 4, 2018
Outside, they found a number of vehicles destroyed on the street in south Philadelphia. One station wagon had been pushed on top of the hood and windshield of a red Saab.
KYW-TV says the private trash truck’s driver told police there was some kind of mechanical malfunction.
Torono Welch, whose SUV was damaged, tells KYW-TV it “sounded like a train came off the track or something out here.”
Police are still investigating.
An email seeking comment from the Gold Medal Environmental, which owns the truck, wasn’t immediately returned Wednesday.
The Associated Press contributed to this article.