Dashcam Video: Suicide by Vehicle Attempt on Rt. 70?

Submitted: I would like to share this exclusive video with your readers.

Tonight, while driving eastbound on Route 70 in Lakewood, a man, barely visible, tried to jump in front of my vehicle, in what can only be explained as suicide by car.

Drivers should beware, always stay alert especially at night.

I’m very thankful that this didn’t end in tragedy.

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  1. Responsible drivers NEED a dashboard camera in their cars! A dual lens camera is preferred , with the inside camera facing the driver, as evidence against false cell phone and seatbelt tickets. We recently installed a triple dashboard camera with the 3rd camera in the rear window. A camera will easily pay for itself, if it saves from 1 false accident claim , or 1 undeserved traffic ticket (between ticket $ and insurance premium increase)

  2. Crazy live right down the road from where it was filmed probably a homeless man living in woods. Few weeks ago wasn’t driving 11pm me and person driving in left lane going 50mph speed limit wet roads a grown black guy wearing all black was walking in the middle along the median/wall glad we see him didn’t hit him asking for a death wish when people hit 100mph on rt. 70

  3. Probably homeless and or mentally ill wandering around at night. Everyone needs to be aware and very cautious on the roads.You hit someone then it’s your problem regardless of the victim’s status.

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