Cement truck crash caught on dash cam

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A Texas A&M professor walked away from a scary head-on crash with a cement truck that was caught on his van’s dashboard camera.

Dr. Guan Zhu was behind the wheel of his Toyota Sienna minivan in College Station when the cement truck ran a red light, flipped on its side and plowed into the van.

Miraculously, neither Zhu nor the truck driver was seriously injured.

Zhu told KBTX he installed the dashcam about a year ago in case he ever got into an accident.

Read more: KBTX

4 comments

      • Zombiekiller

        Why yes I have. Do you have a class 8 license as well? Derp that son. Speeding, crossed the center line and flipped his rig. He can say buh bye to his license.

  • Will Grant

    This is why truck drivers have to be more careful…and trucks that carry liquid are equipped with “baffles” to minimize the effect of moving liquid.

    I heard that a different cement truck collided with a prison bus. Twelve hardened criminals escaped.

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