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Posted: October 21, 2014

‘I knew it was coming!’ Cellphone video captures unbelievable crash


WPXI-TV - Pittsburgh


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Pittsburgh television station WPXI has obtained an unbelievable video of what appears to be a crash involving three cars in Pennsylvania on Monday.

The video begins with a passenger in a car taping what appears to be an erratic driver on Route 21 in Uniontown.

“I don’t know if she’s drunk or what’s going on,” the passenger said. “They need to get their mind right. I hope nothing happens to them.”

The video continues on for several minutes, showing the driver in front of them swerving into opposing lanes of traffic.

“I hope they’re not falling asleep,” the man behind the camera said. “Please put a hand of protection on that car father God.”

Moments later the passenger taping the incident says to the driver, “Slow down. I don’t wanna be involved in an accident.”

As the alleged erratic driver goes to make a turn, she is T-boned by an oncoming car, which then crashes into the car with the man taping the incident.

“I knew it was coming!” the man behind the camera says after the crash.

Fayette County EMS officials have confirmed with WPXI that they responded to an accident at the intersection of Route 21 and Leckrone High House Road between 7:30 and 8 a.m. Monday.

The cellphone video continues to roll after the crash as the drivers involved get out of the vehicle. It appears that no one was seriously hurt.

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