Truck drags vehicle, won't stop, and it's all on video

Video Shows Wrecked Car — Lodged Into Rear of Truck — Being Dragged Up Cajon Pass

Video Shows Wrecked Car — Lodged Into Rear of Truck — Being Dragged Up Cajon Pass

The truck driver seemed oblivious to the plight of the auto behind him, and said he did not know there was another auto attached to his vehicle, even though he had dragged it for about four miles.

Cell phone video captured the unbelievable sight of a maroon, four-door sedan clearly stuck under a truck that continued driving up the remote canyon pass Wednesday at about 3:21 p.m. When Steimke pulled up alongside the auto, he discovered the Nissan's driver still in the driver's seat, waving frantically for someone to stop the truck.

The windshield was also destroyed and the airbags had deployed as smoke spewed from the auto while it was being dragged down the freeway.

Steimke told Inside Edition: "He was trying to wave people down and everyone was trying to get the semi to stop".

Finally, the truck's driver realized what was happening and stopped.

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"I didn't know it", the driver responds.

The truck driver also asked to remain unidentified.

Brian Steimke posted the Facebook video, in which you can hear him saying in disbelief, "Look at that".

Steimke then gets out of his vehicle and walks up to the truck driver. 'He's on your truck!'

The badly damaged vehicle was propped against the rear tire of the truck.