By Ian Schwartz

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — Summer may be almost over, but one woman decided to take a last dip—in her SUV.

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“We were sound asleep around 1 o’clock, and we heard a big boom and then a big crash.”

Linda Clemente says that loud noise was a woman crashing her SUV through a wall and landing in her Rancho Cordova home’s pool.

“The cement wall flew against the house, busted the window and ruined the whole back patio area.”

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She says it’s the second time in the past couple of years a wayward driver crashed into a wall on Faber Way.

She’s now thinking about asking the city to put up a guard rail so it won’t happen again.

“Nobody was hurt, it wasn’t a bomb, nobody robbed us. It’s kinda funny now. We’re just grateful the car didn’t end up in our house.

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A family member who is an EMT was able to stay with the driver until emergency crews arrived. The woman was not injured.