SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A driver in San Jose should be thanking his lucky stars Friday evening following a freeway crash that could have been fatal, but somehow wasn’t.
The image is of a black BMW with what appears to be a metal beam impaled into the front windshield.READ MORE: Despite Fines, Pleasant Hill In-N-Out Remains Defiant Over Customer Vaccine Verifications
Firefighters said a metal tray loader flew off the back of a truck and lodged right between the two front seats barely missing the driver, who somehow managed to steer his car to the shoulder. He walked away with a scratch to his arm.
An image tweeted by San Jose Firefighters Local 230 simply read:READ MORE: Mariposa Sheriff To Announce What Killed Family On Hike In Sierra National Forest
“Reminder Always be alert to your surroundings. Solo driver SB280 escaped with only a scratch.”
The accident happened around noon on southbound Interstate 280 near the Saratoga exit.MORE NEWS: UPDATE: Judge Denies Bail for Los Gatos Mom Accused of Hosting Drunken Teen Sex Parties