RAYMOND (NEWS CENTER Maine) -- On a Thursday night just after six o'clock Matt Valcancick of Raymond was home editing photos for his wedding videography business while on the phone with his girlfriend. His call was interrupted with a loud thud. He said the house also shook.
"I was kind of shocked when I looked out the window and saw a truck in my porch," said Valcancick of Raymond.
When he went outside he discovered the driver.
"He was walking around dazed and confused but at least conscious and walking, healthy," he said.
Valcancick says he's lucky his videography gear was spared in the crash, because his next gig is this weekend.
"Actually I had my tripods out here," he explained. "But it was on that side of the porch."
He's used to capturing memorable moments for others. But this time, a witness caught a moment he will likely never forget.
Authorities say the driver, 53 year-old Anthony Ganem, told them he swerved to avoid a red pickup truck driving on the wrong side of the road. Investigators are working to confirm that.
"So far the only evidence we have is the statement of that driver," said Craig Smith, Captain of Support Services Division at the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office. "And that's why we're seeking the public's help."
Ganem declined our request for an interview.
For Valcancick, the clean up begins. While speeding is a concern of his in the neighborhood, this is a first for his home, that's been around about a hundred years.
"So I guess I'm good for another hundred years," he said with a laugh.
Valcancick says he's waiting on estimated cost of damage.
Authorities are asking anyone who may have witnessed the crash to call the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office at (209) 893-2810.