Car Crashes Into Temple AEPi House Completely Destroying The Front Steps And Patio


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Alpha Epsilon Pi at Temple University is already off to a bad start and the school year hasn’t even begun. The front of their house was destroyed last night after a car crashed into it, causing the stone and concrete to collapse. Police say the driver of the car lost control and crashed into the frat house in the early morning hours of Sunday, August 14. Even worse, police say this is not the first accident the driver of that car was involved in last night.

From NBC Philidelphia:

Police said a car driving down North Broad Street somehow lost a wheel then lost control and plowed into the frat house of Alpha Epsilon Pi, on Broad Street near Norris. Police said they believe the car was involved in a hit-and-run crash elsewhere in the city, took off from that scene and then crashed at Temple. They were still investigating about 8:30 a.m. where that first crash may have taken place. Police have not announced any charges.

The driver of the car was taken to the hospital after wrecking into the AEPi house. Here are some more pictures from the accident, courtesy of our tipster.



That’s all the information available about the accident now, but we’ll update this story as the investigation continues. We hope the driver of the car is okay and send our regards to the men of Temple AEPi that they can get their house fixed and back in prime condition ASAP.

[via NBC Philidelphia]

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