Toyota Tacoma Driver Caught Attempting To Run Over Construction Worker



Construction slowdowns may be bothersome, however they’re not a lot of problem if you’ve got patience and common sense.

Regrettably, 40-year older Shannon Carey didn’t even have either when he came across a building site in Kennebunk, Maine.

As you can see in a movie shot by an eyewitness, Carey was driving a Toyota Tacoma when he came across a temporary road closure. While the movie doesn’t even provide a great deal of context, it is possible to view Carey was halted by a flagger and apparently got in an argument with another construction worker who had been standing near.

Carey then leaves the vehicle and speaks to the flagger to get a couple seconds. This appears to have inadvertently calmed down the circumstance, but under a minute after things take a dangerous turn.

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As you can see, a building worker waves onto a Toyota RAV4 and Volvo station wagon. Then he puts a cone behind Carey’s pickup and moves for its Toyota and Volvo to tug alongside Carey and move him.

This upset Carey, therefore that he bumped to the flagger. Carey then quits as a building worker opens the Tacoma’s doorway in what seems to be preparations to pull him from the automobile.

Carey then hastens and the flagger jumps onto the hood in a effort to not be conducted over. They finally slide and appear to escape ashore. Carey, on the other hand, pushes.

It seems like there’s probably more to the story, however the Press Herald says Carey was located shortly after the incident and has been charged with reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon.” Based on WTB Law, which suggests Carey may be facing up to five years in prison and fines of up to $5,000 (£4,109 / or euro;4,463).

Warning: Video comprises NSFW language

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