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Police are searching for the driver of a car that careered off the road at high speed in Yateley and caused damage to a house.
A Honda Civic spun off the road in Cranford Park Drive on March 21, hitting a parked car outside the home of John Franklin, which then ended up smashing into his front door.
Mr Franklin, who has lived on the road for six years, was at home when he heard an "almighty crash" around 3pm.
CCTV camera installed at his home caught the car coming off the 30mph road and hitting the back of his brand new Ford Fiesta and front wall.
The footage shows the driver flee the scene seconds after the crash.
Mr Franklin, 45, said: “It could have been a fatality if someone was hit.
“There are a lot of dog walkers and kids that ride their bikes around.
"It's not uncommon to see people flying down this road."
Thinking someone must have been injured, Mr Franklin climbed over his damaged car blocking his front door to see if the driver was okay.
But by the time he got to the car the door was open and the driver had run away.
Hampshire Constabulary is investigating the circumstances of the crash.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact DC Mike Dumbleton on 101.