Stuebe said it was shocking to be in the middle of it all.
“All of a sudden I get a big wham out of nowhere. I look to my right and this truck is there and smashes into the cement divider and then hit me again. Basically, it was like this guy was trying to bully through on the shoulder,” Stuebe told FOX 12.
To make matters worse, Stuebe was driving his wife’s new Mercedes. The car is banged up, but Stuebe knows things could have turned out much worse.
“How can someone be so reckless and do this,” Stuebe said. “Not only put property in jeopardy, but also personal life.”
Maeda-Escobar is facing charges of attempt to elude, reckless driving and reckless endangering. He is due back in court March 20.
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