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Plantation Homeowner Raises Concerns After House Hit by Cars Three Times – NBC 6 South Florida

Plantation Homeowner Raises Concerns After House Hit by Cars Three Times – NBC 6 South Florida

Plantation Homeowner Raises Concerns After House Hit by Cars Three Times – NBC 6 South Florida

Plantation resident Jonathan Phillips had his home rammed three times.

Homeowners said they even install rain shelters to protect their homes from cars.

“We had our first crash in 2015, and since then we’ve had about two crashes from the same location,” says Phillips.

His backyard runs along a busy stretch of North Nob Hill Road near 6th Court northwest of the plantation. The worst accident happened in 2015.

“It was the car that went backwards, drove through three backyards, and destroyed our entire house,” says Phillips. It was really bad because the whole room looked like a bomb had exploded. ”

Phillips said he contacted the plantation city numerous times until a guardrail was installed on the median, but the problem remained unresolved. It’s a problem because it doesn’t protect the homes in the area.

In April 2021, another car was left in Phillips’ backyard, and each time he had to clean up the expensive damage left behind.

“The first one was the most severe one with actual structural damage. It was hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage. I’m still in debt today,” Phillips said.

Phillips said he wanted new guardrails behind the house so he could feel comfortable at home again.

“This house doesn’t really feel safe,” he said. “Especially when you hear cars going by at high speed or honking their horns, it’s worrying because you don’t know what’s going to happen or if someone will hit you again.”

According to Plantation Mayor Nico Sottal, the city has heard his plea and is about to do something about it. asked to spend approximately $84,000 on

“We want them to approve. Mr. Phillips feels it is in their best interest to approve. I’m not saying it will be failsafe, but it’s better than nothing.”

It is up to the Plantation City Council to approve funding to install new guardrails. This item is on the agenda for discussion at the City Council meeting on Wednesday at 6:00 pm.

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