Danville police were still looking Monday for three men thought to be in a 2007 Impala that started a chain reaction, hitting three other cars and sending one of them into a house on Chestnut Street late Sunday.
Assistant Chief Tony Gray said that when police arrived about 11 p.m., the Impala was flipped over on its top after apparently rear-ending a parked 2002 maroon Grand Prix in front of 450 Chestnut Street.
The Grand Prix, owned by Charles Vaught of the same address, was knocked into the house, Gray said.
But it didn't end there.
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As the tow truck driver "uprighted the Impala, the chain broke," Gray said. The Impala rolled back, striking a "glancing blow" on a Boyle County Sheriff's Department car and then hitting a Danville police cruiser.
Both vehicles, which sustained minor to moderate damage, were unoccupied when they were hit, Gray said.
The Impala is registered to Harold Feldman of Lancaster, he said.
Gray said witnesses saw three men in the Impala flee on foot after the wreck.