A Berkeley house was damaged beyond repair when a car lost control and ploughed into its front room on Saturday afternoon.
Two people - a male driver and a 10-year-old girl in the car - sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene by paramedics.
Emergency services, including police, paramedics and Fire and Rescue NSW crews, were called to the scene at Goolana Street, Berkeley about 2.40pm on Saturday.
"On arrival we found that a vehicle appears to have lost control coming down the hill, and has gone into a front yard and hit a house," Ambulance NSW inspector Norm Rees said.
"It's made some major structural damage to the house and rendered the place unsafe, so we relied on Fire and Rescue NSW to assess and make sure the area was stable."
Four people were inside the property when the car struck the side of the house.
The impact knocked out large segments of bricks from the front walls.
The structural beams at the side of the house were completely exposed, leaving its windows unsupported and falling out.
Emergency services workers on scene said the occupants would likely not be allowed back inside due to the damage.
The SES and Endeavour Energy were also called to the scene to help stabilise the property and isolate the power.
Four people were inside the property when the car ploughed through the front metal fence and struck the side of the house.