Early Tuesday morning, a Connecticut man awoke to discover that a high-speed car chase had ended in his bedroom with the fleeing vehicle physically parked on top of him. Talk about a rude awakening!

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After being pursued by police for five miles, a driver wanted for motor vehicle violations crashed into the home of 34-year-old Michael Sweat, pinning him beneath a SUV. From there, the suspect fled on foot and remains at large.

Sweat was trapped beneath the car for an hour, but, fortunately, he sustained no life-threatening injuries. He was, however, taken to a hospital and treated for second- and third-degree burns.

[via Good Morning America]