Police say a driver has died after crashing into a house in Londonderry, New Hampshire, injuring a father and his 4-year-old daughter inside.
Firefighters say the car crashed into the kitchen Monday night and went airborne, flying over another car parked in the driveway before landing in the woods.
The father and daughter were treated at a hospital and released. A 6-year-old daughter also inside the kitchen was not hurt.
Authorities believe the driver, 59-year-old Allan Lee of Nashua, may have been speeding and a drug-related impairment may have played a role.
Firefighters deemed the home uninhabitable and contacted the Red Cross to help the family.