ODESSA, Texas (Nexstar) – Denise Chaney and her best friend, Laura Zant, started their day with their hands full. A car crashed into Denise’s house, leaving a mess.

Cameron Neves witnessed the crash. He says a white Dodge passed right by him, going around another car on N. Grandview Ave. Then, the driver, a 17-year-old boy, over-corrected his steering, and lost control.

It was described as something almost out of a movie.

“The witness said, it looked something like out of ‘The Dukes of Hazzard,’ how it flies sideways,” said Laura Zant.

The crash happened just before 9 A.M. off Grandview and Fairlane avenues, when it was foggy, slick, and cold.

“Oh my God. I have four dogs in the house. Are they okay? Is the driver okay?” said homeowner Denise Chaney.

The teenage driver took out a tree stump, went airborne, hitting the corner of Chaney’s house, and then kept going through the backyard. Somehow, the car ended up parked in the garage.

“But, the good thing is, the young man who had the accident is okay. That’s the only thing we’re worried about,” Chaney said.

“Things can be replaced. Living things cannot,” Zant said.

“I wanted to make sure the driver was okay, because a lot of the time, first responders can’t get their fast enough,” Neves said.

Of course, after the shock and the panic, what about some laughs?

“This is now a drive-thru. You can go straight into the garage,” Zant jokes.

It is still unclear how much the damage will cost, but Chaney says she wants drivers to be safe.