A home in northeast Wichita is now uninhabitable, according to the city, after it was hit by a truck Thursday morning.
"The man that lives here, was in the house and said that he was sitting in the living room when.. you know, the impact," said Isabelle Elder, who owns the house.
Officers say the incident started when four women got into an argument across the street from the house, near 12th and Estelle. One of the women got into the vehicle, backed out of the driveway of one home and into the house across the street. She dragged one of the other women with her in the process.
"By my shirt. Like this," demonstrated the woman while talking to police. "And then she backed up. No, she hit me. I didn't hit her."
The driver then fled the scene. Police located her near 21st and Grove. She was arrested and taken into police custody. The woman who was dragged was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
The man who lives in the home must now find someplace else to stay.
Wichita police say debris left in the street from the accident may have caused tires to pop on a city bus. Originally, it had been reported that kids may have thrown something into the street.
"You can see right down here, there's some clear plastic in the street," said Sgt. Jeff Davis, Wichita Police. "We think that's the lenses from the vehicle that hit the house. The bus run (sic) over it, making the popping noise."
The driver was able to drive back to the transit station. No one on the bus was hurt.