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Driver falls out of cab after motorist’s road rage antics send semi truck crashing into house


A semi truck crashed into a house after losing control behind a road raging motorist in Texas on Thursday morning. 

The accident happened at around 8 a.m. in San Antonio, Texas near Interstate 37 and Hot Wells Boulevard.

According to KSAT News, an angry driver pulled out in front of the truck and slammed on his brakes, causing the trucker to slam on his brakes and lose control of the truck as the load shifted. 

At some point, the driver side door of the truck cab opened, and the driver fell out of the rig. As the rig continued to skid out of control, the passenger unsuccessfully attempted to get control of the wheel. The truck eventually struck a hatchback car and crashed into a nearby house on Avondale Avenue. 

No one was inside of the house at the time of the wreck, but the hatchback driver and trucker sustained minor injuries and were taken to the hospital. 

No charges have been filed against the suspected road raging motorist.


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