Through the Windshield Glass, Cowabunga!

It has become commonplace for the news wires to carry articles pertaining to motorists having various objects - both live and inanimate-come through their windshields while driving. Here on glassBYTES, we have included information on deer, moose, fowl, "debris" and other items breaking windshields. Now we can add surfboards to that list.
A driver in Jacksonville, Fla., was injured over the holiday weekend when he was hit by a surfboard that came detached from the car in front of him, according to an article filed by the Associated Press.

According to the report, Dr. Kenneth J. Vega suffered head injuries and is listed in fair condition at Shands Jacksonville Hospital. Lieutenant Bill Leeper with the Florida Highway Patrol told the news source that Susan Lewis of Beaufort, S.C., could face charges of failing to properly secure an object while driving.

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