The driver of a pickup that struck a woman’s car on San Antonio's South Side on Friday morning is being evaluated by psychiatrists because he thinks God told him to drive in excess of 100 mph to take the other car off the road, police said.
The bizarre incident that shut down southbound U.S. Highway 281 above the Medina River happened about 7:25 a.m.
“He just said God said she wasn’t driving right, and she needed to be taken off the road,” said Lt. Kyle Coleman of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office.
The woman was driving her sedan northbound when the pickup rear-ended her vehicle. The pickup’s driver told deputies that was driving in excess of 100 mph at the time, Coleman said. The impact caused both vehicles to spin across a median before they came to a stop along a barrier in the southbound lanes. No other vehicles were involved.
Though both vehicles were badly damaged, the drivers suffered minor injuries.
“God must have been with them, ’cause any other time, the severity of this crash, it would have been a fatal,” Coleman said.
The woman was taken to a hospital as a precaution, while the pickup driver was taken for psychiatric evaluation.
Police did not find evidence of alcohol or drug use by either driver, nor did the pickup driver specify for police how the woman's driving was unsatisfactory.
There are three people involved here; the pickup driver, the woman and the sheriff.
The driver, as a result of belief in God,was taken to undergoing psychiatric evaluations. The woman, the victim, might have suffered a shock and has a damaged car because someone else believed in a non-existence God. The sheriff has become a joke claiming the God has helped the save the man and woman. [If god really exist and is almighty, should s/he stop the action in the first place?]
由於對上帝的信仰，司機被送往精神病院進行評價。女子，受害人，因為別人相信一個不存在的上帝遭受多餘的損失。聲稱上帝拯救了司機和女人,警長成為了一個笑話。 [如果上帝真的存在，並且是萬能的，是不是應該將防止事故擺在首位？ ]