In the video, the big rig is caught dragging a Nissan Maxima for four miles.
Shortly after, the truck stops with the driver claiming he was unaware he was dragging the auto.
As he passed the red sedan, the car's driver looked over at him with a baffled look on his face, sticking his hand out the window to try to wave down the truck driver ahead.
Miraculously officers with the California Highway Patrol said the driver of the vehicle is ok.
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The driver screaming for help saying the truck driver won't stop. When approached by the man filming the video, the truck driver claims to be completely unaware of what is going on at the back of his truck and does not even bother to turn his truck off or jump out of the cab to see what everyone was so alarmed about. The truck driver said he "didn't know" he had a auto wedged on the back of his vehicle.
Steimke asked him: "Why were you driving so far?" The first truck moved left into the No. 4 lane to pass the slower truck when it struck a Nissan Maxima, according to CHP.
When Maestas said he did not know that, Steimke says "What do you mean you didn't know it, dude!"
A driver has desperately waved down another motorist as smoke billowed from his shredded tyres after a truck unknowingly dragged his vehicle for more than six kilometres.
Thankfully the driver of the auto managed to avoid serious injury.