Police are investigating the cause of a crash after a vehicle collided with a Bonny Hills house on a busy Sunday morning at the beachside location.
The incident happened at about 11.30am on Sunday, July 5 and emergency services including Fire and Rescue NSW, Mid North Coast Police District, NSW SES and NSW Ambulance were called to attend.
The incident took place at the corner of Suters Street and Ocean Drive.
The 77-year-old female motorist was taken to Port Macquarie Base Hospital to be treated for minor injuries.
Senior Constable with Laurieton Police Mick Dietrich said the 77-year-old allegedly hit a parked vehicle before the vehicle collided with the corner of a house on Ocean Drive.
He said occupants of the house were inside the property at the time of the incident.
Senior Constable Dietrich said it was lucky nobody was seriously injured as a result of the crash.
The cause of the incident is being investigated by police.
The Fire and Rescue NSW Laurieton unit attended the incident to assess and stablise structural damage to the Bonny Hills house.
Les King from Fire and Rescue NSW Station 358 Laurieton said steel poles were installed at the location to help stablise the building.
Power to the area was disconnected for a short period of time.
What else is making news?
Thank you for valuing local journalism with your subscription. While you're with us, you can also receive updates straight to your inbox from the Port Macquarie News. To make sure you're up to date with all the news, sign up here.