Is this the way to San Diego? Terrifying moment when a driver turning off a highway ends up in dirt after the car's wheel has cut the edge of the road
- Video footage of the driver makes late switching off of the Freeway-60 in California
- But the car catches something on the edge of the road and forces it on dirt
- Incident caught on dashcam in Jurupa Valley in Riverside County, California
This is the terrifying moment when a driver driving off a highway ended up in the sand after the car's wheel cut the edge of the road.
The driver had made a decision at the last minute to change lanes and almost lost control of the Ford Mustang during the incident.
Dashcam recordings recorded the near-disaster at the intersection of Highway-60 and Freeway-15 in Jurupa Valley in Riverside County, California.
In the video, a driver who was heading west toward Los Angeles saw the driver who was making his way inside.
But suddenly noticing the exit to the highway that goes to San Diego, the car pulls to the right to take the ramp to the intersection.
However, the wheel of the car seems to click on the edge of the asphalt and push the Mustang aside.
A driver trying to drop off a California highway ended up in dirt after the car's wheel cut the edge of the road
The wheel of the car seems to click on the edge of the asphalt and pulls the Mustang aside
While the driver tries to stabilize the car, it quickly lands on the dirt reserve between the two roads and you carefully avoid signage.
The filmmaker said: “I was driving Westbound on the 60 highway in Riverside when a mustang tried to catch a truck on the shoulder of the 15 highway ramp.
& # 39; It got loose, lost control and slid along the dike.
& # 39; There were no injuries to report and the car seemed to have driven away. & # 39;
Dashcam recordings recorded the near-disaster at the intersection of Highway-60 and Freeway-15 in Jurupa Valley in Riverside County, California
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