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Driver dragged by dump truck for miles down I-15 in California

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The driver said he's lucky to be alive after being dragged for four miles. (Source KCAL  KCBS  BRIAN STEIMKE  FACEBOOK

A driver says he's lucky to be alive after his vehicle became wedged under a truck and was dragged four miles up the Cajon Pass. Other drivers got in front of the truck to force it to stop, but the truck continued on for at least four miles.

A nearby driver, Brian Steimke, shot a video of the incident.

After this Nissan and truck collided Wednesday, April 19, 2017, on the northbound 15 Freeway in the Cajon Pass, the truck dragged the auto behind it for a few miles before another motorist filming it with his cell phone flagged down the truck's driver.

The driver screamed for help saying the truck driver won't stop.

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When the driver says he didn't know that, Steimke says "What do you mean you didn't know it, dude!"

The truck driver also asked to remain unidentified.

Motorists in California got quite a show after a driver had no idea he was driving with a vehicle jammed in the rear wheel well of his tractor-trailer on Wednesday.

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