Driver of pickup that crashed into Irvington home faces charges

IRVINGTON, Neb. (WOWT) -- The driver of a pickup truck that crashed into an Irvington home Monday morning has been booked on a variety of charges.

He's identified as Mangal Subba and investigators say he's accused of Refusal to Submit to Chemical Testing; Willful Reckless Driving and Bribery of a Peace Officer.

The crash happened at 7:30 a.m. near 92nd and Summit.

Investigators with the Douglas County Sheriff's Department said Subba had rounded a corner at a high rate of speed, the truck jumped a curb and hit the house.

Surrounding homes were evacuated as a precaution due to a possible broken gas line. An MUD crew responded and neutralized the gas.

6 News spoke with the homeowner who said there were six people in the house at the time. They were all startled by the crash but there were no injuries.

Pickup hits house