Big rig drags auto four miles down California highway

Video Shows Wrecked Car — Lodged Into Rear of Truck — Being Dragged Up Cajon Pass

One driver recently found that out the hard way, when he wound up having his vehicle tangled up with the rear end of a semi-truck.and then was reportedly dragged possibly as far as four miles, according to the video's description.

The video, which was uploaded to Facebook, showed major damage to the passenger side of the vehicle.

A cell phone video, taken yesterday by a driver named Brian Steimke, shows a maroon Nissan Maxima being dragged along behind a truck.

In a video circulated on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, the truck can be seen dragging the sedan that became attached to the rig's rear driver's side, with the truck driver apparently unaware that he was dragging an automobile until the man making the video speeds up to tell him.

Horns honk in the background as the truck finally comes to a stop in lanes.

Steimke asks the truck driver why he drove so far with the wrecked vehicle attached.

The driver responded and asked, "so far?"

'What do you mean you didn't know it dude?' a surprised Steimke asked.

Somehow on Wednesday, a Nissan driving on a Southern California freeway got wedged into the rear wheels of a tandem truck. "I didn't know it", was the truck driver's response.

The truck, which was labeled Mike Lowrie Transport of Dixon, outside Sacramento, was hauling two containers labeled Grimway Farms. According to the California Highway Patrol, this crash is not considered a criminal incident.



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