Car runs into former home of Superman co-creator

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CLEVELAND — Two different cars ran into two different homes Wednesday evening. One car ran into the former house of artist Joe Shuster on Parkwood Drive near Amor Avenue, where Superman was created with author Jerry Siegel.

The other car ran into a different home on Parkwood Drive.

Several enlarged comic panels and a plaque commemorating the creation of Superman adorn Shuster’s former home, just blocks away from the Siegel’s house on Kimberly Avenue.

A 26-year-old man and a 33-year-old man were transported to University Hospital in stable condition.

It is unknown what caused these crashes.


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