• Jan 5th 2012 at 4:30PM
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A Fresno, CA family was awoken to a bizarre scene early Wednesday morning: A car perfectly perched on their roof.

According to police, 26-year-old Benjamin Tucker stole the car from a nearby house and, while attempting to speed away, inexplicably ended up on the roof.

"When I was on my way out here, my officers told me that they thought Santa was driving car. But I realized that was just a joke. I really don't know how the car got up there," Lt. Anthony Martinez of the Fresno Police Department told KFSN.

Witnesses were equally perplexed.

"There's a bunch of apartments right here the car just flowed over. I don't know how it landed so perfectly on the roof but it was a miracle I guess," said Francisco Perez.



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      Kat Brennan
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      What the heck? How did that car get on the roof? I would never let anyone put my car in that situation, I'd be too scared that it'd get ruined and I'd have to get a new one. http://www.hollandkia.com/used-inventory/index.htm