A man has been charged over a crash at the weekend that forced an Eaglehawk woman from her home.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, a car ran off the road and hit Noeline Keogh's house, which sits where Upper California Gully meets McCormacks Road.
Mrs Keogh was in the home at the time with her 10-year-old grandson and her brother.
They are uninjured, but the house has sustained significant damage and Mrs Keogh cannot stay in it at the present time.
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She told the Bendigo Advertiser she had recently battled serious illness and had been "trying to get back on track" before the crash occurred.
A 25-year-old Golden Square man was charged in relation to the incident and remanded to appear at Bendigo Magistrates' Court on Monday.
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