The owners of these two BMWs in San Diego probably thought they were having a nightmare when they were awakened from their slumber by the sounds of metal on metal.
But unfortunately the noises they heard were all too real early Tuesday morning.
Ramani and Tamicha Husband and their neighbors woke up to the sounds of multiple crashes about 3 a.m. and went outside to find both their BMWs damaged by a dark red C4 Corvette.
Witnesses told a KGTV reporter that the Corvette was rolling down the street with a huge boulder lodged under it. We wonder how such a large rock was even able to fit under a low-slung Corvette, but apparently, it did. As the driver tried his best to dislodge the stone, he smashed into five parked cars, then reversed his way and got stuck on top of the front end and windshield of the Husbands’ new blue BMW they had just bought last week. “So we was trying to help him out, and he couldn’t get out,” Ramani explained, “so he turns the car on and tries to rev it and then so I started yelling, hey bro, like, why are you on top of my car trying to rev it?”
Tamicha was heartbroken, explaining they had just bought the second BMW a few days earlier “and he tore up both of them in one incident!”
As you might suspect, the Corvette driver was transported to the hospital and is suspected of driving under the influence.
10 News San Diego
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