The driver of a car that crashed into a home on Sunday does not recall the incident, police said.
The driver, a 16-year-old female from Elburn, struck the rear of a house near Bliss and Seavey roads west of Batavia. The incident happened at about 1:35 p.m. Sunday, said Lt. Pat Gengler, Kane County Sheriff's Office spokesman.
The driver had gotten off I-88 and became disoriented. She was traveling west on Seavey Road and for an unknown reason left the roadway, Gengler said.
She drove about .5 miles through a field and stuck a fence before striking the rear of the house. The vehicle she drove was a 1999 Volkswagen.
"It appears that driver inexperience played a role in this crash," Gengler said in an e-mail.
There were no signs of drugs or alcohol present in this incident.
The driver was transported to Delnor Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. She does not recall the crash itself, Gengler said.
A female inside the home at the time of the crash was not injured, said Randy Banker, a battalion chief.
No tickets have been issued for the incident at this time.
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