By Christina Hager, WBZ-TVBy Christina Hager

BEVERLY (CBS) – One minute Deb Holloran was sitting on her couch relaxing in her living room and the next minute, she was pinned against the wall by a pickup truck.

“I saw the back of the truck coming through the window, it just kept coming like a tidal wave,” says Holloran.

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She says a teenage boy across the street parked a truck at the top of his family’s driveway. Moments later, it had rolled down the hill, crashing into her home.

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“I was knocked against the wall,” she says, explaining she was actually pinned for a split second. She survived with only a bruise on her arm.

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It’s not the first time it’s happened to her. Thirty years ago, another vehicle rolled from the same driveway and hit a tree in her front yard. This time, she says all is forgiven. It was an innocent mistake.

Christina Hager