Infiniti Driver Slams BMW Into A Big Rig On The Highway
The California Highway Patrol is scouring the streets for this guy who was caught ramming their Infinti G37 into a BMW, which sent it head on under a semi-truck. Nobody was hurt, but this guy needs to be found.
Local news KTLA reported that the incident took place in the Colton, California area which is about 60 miles inland of Los Angeles. Luckily, a motorist identified as Jose Rios apparently had both front and rear dashcams running as the accident unfolded, which he shared with the BMW driver Madis Tolentino’s family who then uploaded the videos to Facebook.
The aggressive driver looks like they're riding in an ’08-’13 Infinti G37, but unfortunately it's hard to make out any distinctive details or the vehicle’s license plate number from this video. If you see or know anything that could help identify this specific car, the CHP tips line is always open.
Some speculation is also circulating that the green third-gen Nissan Altima that’s also in the video was street racing the Infiniti. Hard to tell if that’s the case or if it’s just being piloted driven.
Regardless, it’s a bad scene that gets worse as the big rig drags the bumped BMW to a halt and effectively lays a smoke screen across the freeway, which had the potential to cause all kinds of trouble.
It's pretty incredible that everybody walked away from this. Be careful out there, and look out for each other.