Family forced out of Tucson home where car crashed onto roof

Updated: Dec. 5, 2016 at 5:21 PM MST
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - While police investigate what led up to a deadly crash on the east side of Tucson on Saturday, Dec. 3, the Polisoto family is packing up what's left of their home on Wrightstown Place.

The car was eastbound when it veered off the road, hit a light pole, dipped into a concrete arroyo and flew into the air before landing upside down on the Polisotos' home, according to the Tucson Police Department.

MORE COVERAGE: Photos from the scene.

The driver died at the scene, according to investigators. They have not released the driver's name as of 3:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5.

The Polisotos are eager to know the details of the investigation.

Ron Polisoto said he's heard all sorts of rumors. His wife, Peggy, said she hasn't slept much since Saturday night.

She was home when it happened.

READ MORE: Car lands on top of house in deadly crash

Peggy said the crash shook the walls. She said the car hit just a few feet from where she was inside the house.

The two said they're grateful to be alive and feel terrible for the driver and his family.

The Red Cross is helping the Polisotos with a temporary place to stay. Their home has been condemned.

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