(KOCO/Meredith) -- A car crashed into a home in Oklahoma City and it was all caught on a neighbor's surveillance camera.
Steven Patton was inside of this house when a vehicle plowed through his home-all caught on this neighbor's surveillance camera. First, the driver drove through the fence - and then hit the house.
"It was an explosion," Patton said. "This was solid brick wall here so that's what he hit through."
The vehicle went through the dining room and living room and out into the front yard.
In the video, you can see people rush to help the driver seconds after the crash. Inside their home, the Pattons are just trying to clean up the destruction left behind.
"We had a china cabinet here. We had a formal dining table and 8 chairs here. You can't tell what's what," Patton said.
Steven and his wife were on the other side of the house when this happened, but they were in the living room just minutes before.
"We were there and then we decided to go to the bedroom and then 10 minutes later boom, we were pretty lucky," he said.
Officials say the driver of the vehicle had what they called a "medical episode" before the crash and suffered non-life-threatening injuries. It's unclear if the driver will face any charges.