A Georgia driver made it out alive after rear-ending a log truck that impaled his SUV with logs from the front windshield to the back window. Miraculously, the unnamed driver suffered only minor injuries after the accident, according to the Whitfield County Fire Department.
Fire Chief Edward O’Brien says the wreck happened as the driver leaned down to pick up something he dropped inside his vehicle. And it turns out that’s what saved him since he wasn’t sitting upright as the logs smashed all the way through his SUV. Firefighters had to cut through 30 to 40 logs with chainsaws before they could even start to rescue the driver, but they got him out safely.