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NORTH ST. LOUIS, MO. (KPLR) – Jessica Braddock and her two children were at their St. Louis home when a bulldozer slammed into their kitchen.  Braddock told FOX2 she saw a man jump out of it right before the crash.

It all happened about 6:30pm Wednesday night on Clara just north of Page in North St. Louis.

Jessica Braddock says she was in the house with her two daughters---8 and 13 years old-- when she felt the home start to shake.

Braddock tells us she looked out the window and saw the bulldozer coming right for her home.

‘I saw it coming from my window and then he just jumped and ran away,” she said.

Braddock said it was not an accident and that she knows the man who drove the bulldozer into her kitchen.

Before crashing into the house, the dozer took out a backyard fence.

Braddock tells us she saw a man jump off the bulldozer right before it crashed into the home.

The dozer did substantial damage to the house.

Police are investigating the incident and said the person responsible will be charged with three counts of assault and felonious property damage.

As of 10 p.m. Wednesday, police were still looking for the suspect.

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