A Manchester Township woman attempting to pull her car into her garage caused a lot of damage to other vehicles and property on Yorkshire Court in Leisure Village West. 

Photo: Manchester Township Police

Manchester Township Police say 71-year-old Jacquelin Earls was attempting to pull her 1986 Toyota Camry into her garage when she hit a refrigerator. She then reversed the car crashing into a parked 2015 white Honda Accord.

The impact caused the Accord to strike a 2013 black Volkswagen and the electrical service in front of 1B Yorkshire.

After that, Earls put her car into drive, accelerated forward, and struck a 1957 black Morris Minor, which was parked at 2B Yorkshire.

Photo: Manchester Township Police

The Morris Minor was then forced forward into the garage where it hit a Kia Forte parked inside.

Earls then reversed her car, striking the curb and residence of 2B which caused damage according to police.

Finally, she accelerated into a JCP&L electrical transformer box located in front of 2A Yorkshire and finished the ride by hitting a community mailbox.

She complained of pain to police and was taken to Community Medical Center.

Police say she was not wearing a seatbelt.

Sergeant Antonio Ellis of the department's Traffic Safety Unit is investigating.

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