By CBS13 Staff

YUBA CITY (CBS13) — Authorities say a home near Yuba City caught fire and had to be evacuated after a car crashed into it over the weekend.

The vehicle that crashed into the home and caught fire. (Photo obtained by CBS13)

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The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office says, on Sunday, a car crashed into a residence near Cherry Street and Anna Lane. No injuries were reported, but the residence caught fire after the crash and everyone had to evacuate.

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Deputies say the driver of the car that crashed got out and ran into the nearby field. Only a vague description of him has been given.

Due to the damage caused by the crash and fire, authorities are limiting access to the residence and are still investigating the scene.

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Notably, this isn’t the first time homes in the area have been hit by a car. As reported by CBS13 in 2018, there have been at least four other accidents where a home in that Sutter County neighborhood was hit in recent years.