Locals hope that that the city adds speed bumps to slow the flow of traffic or see the intersection of close-by Lillian and Mimika become a one-way street, to prevent further crashes, reported KSDK.
Redding said the intersection in front of his house is risky and it's not the first time a auto has come barreling onto the property.
The St. Louis Fire Department responded to a call from a neighbor.
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The driver was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, and his condition wasn't known. He is in critical condition with lower body injuries.
The residents were not home at the time.
Redding recently retired after 22 years at Norwood Hills Country Club, where he was restaurant and bar manager. He said the home, which may never again be habitable, has been in his family for 40 years. He was able to maneuver himself around in the living room where he used to sit and watch his big screen TV, now destroyed.