A Perry County woman is out of her home after a car crashed into her building and set it on fire.
Officials said the incident occurred around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday at the home on the 100 block of South Main Street in Marysville.
According to police, a car crashed into the side of the home, which then burst into flames which spread to the house.
Authorities said neither the woman in the house nor the driver of the car were hurt, but the home was destroyed. The resident is being assisted by the Red Cross.
Police arrested the driver of the car—Kevin Neiswender, 34—for suspicion of DUI. They said a passenger in his car fled the scene.