Venice Fire Rescue reported that they got a call around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 16th, for a car accident near Pinebrook Rd. and Pinebrook Way intersection. A Nissan Maxima was traveling south on Pinebrook Rd. when its chauffeur increased an automobile carrier and crashed near the top, leaving it hanging over the edge precariously near falling off.
It appears that the driver came across the vehicle carrier with the ramps down in the roadway, and the chauffeur chose to race up the automobile carrier at a high rate of speed. The intention seems to be to jump off the vehicle carrier and continue. Most likely, the vehicle’s shocks would not have actually taken the force of the jump, however movies and TV consistently reveal successful jumps.
The fire department reported that the car carrier dropped a car off at a neighboring house when the mishap took place. The cars and truck carrier was parked with its hazard lights flashing, so it was clearly visible. It was parked under a streetlight with the ramps down when the automobile struck it.
When systems got here on the scene, they discovered an unscathed middle-aged male sitting inside the car. The rescue team informed the male driver to remain still till crews could support the automobile. They used commercial straps to protect the front of the car to the cars and truck carrier, then had a wrecker support it from the back. The rescue group then securely liberated the driver from the vehicle. There were no injuries and the scene was committed Venice Police for investigation. Venice Cops Department mentioned the chauffeur for negligent driving.