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A family that had just moved back into their house after a car smashed into were jarred out of bed Friday morning, when another car hit their house at Jones Blvd. and Eldorado Lane. 

It's not as bad as last time, but that doesn't make it any better for the family.

"All the time I never sit down there. Don't sit down there. Even if I cook, I say don't sit down there," says homeowner Hai Pham.

And it's not hard to understand why. Back in June, a truck came barging into his kitchen. He narrowly escaped being hit when his son, sick upstairs, called for him.

"I said big accident then. I heard boom, boom and they hitting my house again," he said.

This time it happened at 2 a.m. and it was a BMW. Police arrested the driver after a field sobriety test. But Pham believes the drivers aren't the only problem, "I feel the house have something wrong."

Pham had just moved back in October. Four months and $95,000 later, he says he believes it's only a matter of time until it happens again.

His horoscope says so.

"Before I have experience with horoscope second time. You can not go through it a third time. Never," he said.

Pham thinks he will move to another location so that there is never a third time but that means someone else will have to take their chances living here.

Pham tells Eyewitness News that cars in the area speed at 60 to 70 miles per hour.

Email your comments to Reporter Ky Plaskon

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