Around 11:30 last night the Williamsburg Fire Department and Highland Ambualnce were dispatched to the area of Bever Brook Country Club for a single car accident. First arriving units located a vehicle that had left the road, striking a guard rail and a street sign, before coming to a stop in the side of a nearby residence. The driver was able to extricate themself and was transported with non-life threaten injuries to Cooley Dickenson Hospital. Damage to the residence, which was unoccupied at the time, was isolated to a porch area. The Williamsburg Building Inspector will be assessing the extent of the damage later today. At this time the cause of the accident is still under investigation by the Massachusetts State Police.