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Pasco Apartment Severely Damaged after Hit and Run

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PASCO, Wash- A Pasco mother and her two children are moving what is left of their belongings, after someone crashed into their apartment Sunday around 10:00 a.m.

They are also working on getting help from the Red Cross.

Danielle Glesener said she was shocked when she came home from grocery shopping and saw her home destroyed. She lives at Village at Chapel Hill Apartments

"I opened the door and when I open it up, two feet of water was in the apartment," said Glesener.

Pasco Police said a burgundy Pontiac Aztek backed up right over a curb, right into the closet of the master bedroom and hit a water line.

Neighbors said the water gushed into the apartment for about an hour until the city was able to shut it off.

"The closet was completely caved in so all of my clothes and shoes are demolished and then the entire apartment flooded.," added Glesener.

Surveillance video shows the vehicle before the collision speeding toward the exit and coming to a stop before backing up and accelerating in reverse until it crashed into the building.

Pasco Police have not found the vehicle and currently do not have any suspects.

Glesener has been moved to another unit in the complex but does not have renters insurance to cover her damaged property

"I'm really upset because you know it caused a lot of damage to my property and a lot of unnecessary moving, I mean I had to up and move my whole apartment into another building so its pretty devastating for my family," she said.