LEBANON, N.H. (CBS) — A chase came to an end early Saturday morning when a man crashed a stolen dump truck into a house in Lebanon, New Hampshire, police say.

The truck driver passed another vehicle by crossing a double yellow line shortly before 12:30 a.m. and police tried to stop the truck but it sped away, according to the Lebanon Police Facebook page.

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Officers followed the truck and watched it go around a corner, lose control and roll onto its side before hitting the front of a School Street home, police said. Investigators say the house sustained significant damage.

Police say residents inside the house weren’t hurt when the 2003 Chevrolet one-ton dump truck, stolen from a Grantham, N.H. home, struck.

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The truck driver, Gabriel Blanche, 20, of Grantham, suffered minor injuries and was taken to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

Gabriel Blanche (Photo credit: Lebanon Police/Facebook)

Gabriel Blanche (Photo credit: Lebanon Police/Facebook)

He is facing several charges including two counts of receiving stolen property (class A felony), criminal mischief (class B felony), reckless conduct (class B felony), subsequent driving while intoxicated (class A misdemeanor), disobeying an officer (class A misdemeanor) and driving after suspension (class A misdemeanor).

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Blanche was held on $100,000 cash bail at Grafton County jail.