On early Saturday morning, a drunk driver into a house in North Waco, Texas. Allen Wayne Miller plowed through the front of 1902 Alexander Ave, which happens to be a home featured on the third season of HGTV's Fixer Upper show.
Here's the home as it after its makeover from Chip and Joanna Gaines:
Nicknamed the "Three Little Pigs" house, the property belongs to Ken and Kelly Downs. While no one was seriously injured in the crash, Miller's car broke through the exterior wall of the house and then into Ken's study area, which looked in better times like the below:
In a statement, Waco Assistant Fire Chief Don Yeager assessed the property's damage:
"The yard is built up several feet, and he hit the embankment of the yard, apparently went airborne, and like a lot of older homes, this house was built up off the ground, so he cleared the rest of the yard. He didn't hurt the hedges, but he took out the railing on the porch and went right into the window of the front room and hit an interior wall that might be a load-bearing wall."
According to the Waco Tribune-Herald, the Downses have raised concern about reckless driving in the neighbor before, but that's not all. The Downses are pretty peeved about the neighborhood in general and say they feel Chip and Joanna's real estate company has done them wrong. "It's like the Wild West here. There's been a lot of commotion coming from the bars and the store across the street," Kelly said. "It's been a problem from the beginning. We've lived here a year and a half and we feel deceived by the city of Waco and Magnolia Realty."
Kelly claims she and her husband have also been "intimidated and harassed" by neighbors because taxes in the area have reportedly gone up since they moved in. "There's a big problem here. It's not safe," she said. "This is a 'Fixer Upper' gone bad."
Chip and Joanna Gaines have yet to issue a comment.