Lakewood Accident Victim’s Dashcam Captures Frightening Accident [VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED]

Accident victims captured their own accident on dashcam, which was obtained exclusively by TLS.

At around 8:30 AM this morning, a Skillful Driving School student was waiting to make a turn from County Line Road, when a truck slammed into his vehicle from behind, causing him to crash into a fence.

Inside-facing dashcam shows the force knock out the instructor, and the student immediately checking on him to ensure he was okay.

The student then exited the vehicle and immediately called for an ambulance.

Hatzolah treated the instructor before transporting him to JSUMC with non-life-threatening injuries.

The truck-driver admitted fault at the scene, and apologized for the accident.

Police are investigating.


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  1. that student obviously got a good solid education that he had in him the feeling to act correctly and upon instinct he immediately looked around to help others in distress

  2. That’s why we have a triple lens Dash-Cam, so we get the front, rear, and the inside to show we weren’t on the phone and we were wearing a seat-belt.

    Everyone should have a dual or triple lens dash-cam.

  3. Wow hope everyone is ok! What an amazing response from the student to right away jump to help someone else and with that being his first thought! What beautiful middos and true nature coming out!

  4. Turning left from county line is difficult as cars are Going full speed.
    A) if you are turning left signal early
    (Probably in this case wouldn’t have helped if driver was distracted)
    B) can we get the County to create a middle lane for turning only

  5. C) if you want to turn left check rear view mirror if there are any vehicles right behind you going full speed before trying to make a turn.
    D) this is similar what I said, before trying to make a turn signal early and start slowing down at least a hundred or so feet before.

    The safest will be to have a turning only lane.

  6. My son was the student driver in the accident. He had his blinker on early and did everything right. The driver of the truck said he was not paying attention.

    Did you notice how the passenger was flung around even though he was belted in?
    Lapbelts should be snug and low on the waist/ hip! Lapbelts worn high can actually allow the person to slide down causing the shoulder belt to snap the neck ch”v. Additionally, the lap belt worn high is not supported by the hip bones which can cause internal abdominal organs to rupture. For a pregnant woman the result can be and HAS BEEN catastrophic for the unborn baby!!

  8. The only thing I got out of Driver’s Ed was a ton of 2nd hand smoke. My instructor insisted on keeping the windows closed while chain smoking.
    Those were the good old days before PC culture ruined everything.

  9. It’s sad to say that, but I’m surprised there aren’t more accidents coming in and out of Pine Park onto County Line. The Brookwood Pkwy light is way overdue.

  10. After driving allot around lakewood I have many things to share about driving safely in Lakewood and what to look out for.
    I’m sorry if my comment seemed to refer to your son.
    He seems like a safe driver
    It was the other drivers fault

  11. He asked the passenger if he was ok even before the car came to a complete stop. Miracle that it went towards the fence and not at a high speed. C”V it could’ve rolled towards traffic… make sure car is safely stopped before doing anything else.

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