By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Three weeks after a car pinballed its way between two houses and crashed in a backyard, it’s finally been moved.READ MORE: Pittsburghers Have Mixed Reactions To Weekend Traffic Restrictions On East Carson Street
A tow company pulled the Cadillac out on Friday.
Some heavy machinery was needed to lift the car out from the yard while a tow truck pulled from the street above.READ MORE: Man Accused Of Beating His 5-Year-Old Son To Death With Baseball Bat Could Face Death Penalty
Earlier this month, the car slid down a steep hill in Mt. Washington and crashed between two houses along Ruth Street.
The driver and passenger got out of the car and walked away.
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The City says they had to wait until it was safe to remove the car.