A driver has fled the scene of a crash where a car ploughed into the side of home.
The residents of the Banksia Street home, on the corner of Jacaranda Street, were asleep when they were awoken by a loud bang.
A Holden Vectra crashed into the public housing property about 10.30pm on Sunday.
The vehicle appeared to have been travelling at high speed, with long tyre marks leading to the side of the house.
A woman living at the home said she was startled by the incident, which left a passenger injured.
"I was in bed asleep, next thing I heard this big bang," said the woman, who asked not to be named.
"My son said a car had gone through the gate, hit the wall and put a hole in it.
"It was unreal.
"You had the police, ambulance, rescue squad, fire brigade, everything here.
"The driver ran off."
The woman said the injured passenger laid on the ground, next to the vehicle, before being treated.
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The car's airbags deployed and the Holden was extensively damaged.
Beer stubbies could be seen in the front passenger's seat.
A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the man, aged in their 20s, was taken to Albury hospital.
He appeared to have minor injuries.
"I'm a bit shaken up, but what can you do?" the resident said.
"You learn to live with it around here."
She said the area was a hotspot for hoon motorcyclists and drivers.
"They come out at night, racing around," she said.
"A lot of things happen around here."
The impact left a large hole in the building's brickwork, but the residents are able to continue to live inside the property.
A fence was also smashed during the impact, and the woman said she hoped the damage would be quickly fixed.
The vehicle was towed from the scene.
In other police news, a motorbike rider was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after crashing near Beechworth about 4.15pm on Sunday.
Emergency services were called to Reedy Creek Road, between Beechworth and Eldorado, after a 40-year-old man lost control of his dirt bike and crashed.
He was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital by air ambulance.
Leading Senior Constable Lucy Smith said the man had been licensed, his motorbike registered, and was wearing protective equipment.
"He just lost control, there were no other vehicles, animals or objects involved," she said.