Car slams into AndCo home

Rebecca Carroll, 22, of Pendleton, was arrested and charged with felony DUI resulting in great bodily harm after SCHP says she veered off a roadway in Anderson County and slammed into a home, injuring two elderly people. 

ANDERSON COUNTY, SC (FOX Carolina) The South Carolina Highway Patrol said a 22-year-old woman has been charged after they say she drove her car into an elderly couple's home Saturday night. 

According to troopers, Rebecca Carroll was driving a Chevy Impala on Central Road near Wardlaw Road heading northbound. 

Rebecca Carroll

Rebecca Carroll, 22, of Pendleton, was arrested and charged with felony DUI resulting in great bodily harm after SCHP says she veered off a roadway in Anderson County and slammed into a home, injuring two elderly people. This person is considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Troopers say Carroll's car veered left of center, and continued traveling off the left side of the roadway. Her travels stopped when she slammed into the side of a home. 

Two elderly people were injured as a result of the car colliding with their house. 

Troopers say the couple was transported to Greenville Memorial hospital with, thankfully, non-life threatening injuries. 

Sunday morning, friends and neighbors of the couple were seen putting a tarp up to cover the damage to the home. 

Car slams into AndCo home

Friends of an elderly couple who were injured when a car slammed into their Anderson home help put up a tarp to cover the damage hours after the incident. A 22-year-old woman was charged with DUI as a result of the crash. 

Carroll was arrested and charged with Felony DUI resulting in great bodily harm. 

She is currently being held at the Anderson County Detention Center. 

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