In an ironic twist, a drunk driver crashed his car onto the lawn of the historic home once owned by the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Donald Blood III, 55, of Marlboro, MA, now faces drunken driving charges after crashing his car into yard of the home once owned by AA founder, Bill Wilson.
According to police, Blood believed that he was turning into a parking lot, but instead was driving his car on the lawn to the historic Wilson House.
The Wilson House, built in 1852, still hosts weekly AA meetings.
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