Firefighters were called to a familiar address on Sunday for the report of a car into a pole.
The call came in to 911 around 5:30 p.m. on April 24, according to the Waterloo Fire Department.
Upon arrival they found a Class C motorhome that struck a utility pole, two cars, a few street signs, and a lilac tree.
There were no injuries, but 5&20 was shut down temporarily as crews worked the scene.
Waterloo PD, North Seneca Ambulance, NYSEG, Verizon, Upstate Fiber, Spectrum, Waterloo Village Highway, and New York State Department of Transportation all responded.
The garage in the background is owned by Bill Twist, and was the site of a devastating fire last year.
Power was temporarily cut to the area.
Photos below shared by the Waterloo Fire Department on Facebook:
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