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Near miss: Alana Bolton, with eight-week-old daughter Kirra, at the site where a car crashed through her fence.
Near miss: Alana Bolton, with eight-week-old daughter Kirra, at the site where a car crashed through her fence.

A Rangeway family of four are contemplating moving house after they were burgled twice and a car crashed into their home.

Mother of two Alana Bolton said she was in the living room of her home about 10pm Thursday when she heard the loud noise of a car being driven outside.

Next she said she heard what sounded like “an explosion” as a car smashed through her fence and into the external wall of her three-year-old son’s bedroom room.

Full story in today's print edition.

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