No one hurt after pole crashes through car windshield in Midland
July 13, 2020, Midland CBS Channel 7 News
MIDLAND, Texas (KOSA) – It was a scary situation for two women driving home from the Southside Walmart in Midland on Monday morning.
A metal pole that was on top of a truck turning into a parking lot came loose and went straight through their car’s front windshield.
The car had come to a stop as the driver was waiting to turn.
No one was hurt in the accident.
Both women tell CBS7 they’re okay but still in shock after experiencing it
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