GREENSBURG (KDKA) – Police are investigating after a pickup truck crashed into a dealership showroom in Westmoreland County.READ MORE: Friends Salt, Shovel Ramp To Hot Metal Bridge To Help Woman In Wheelchair
According to police, the incident happened at Sendell Motors along Route 30 in Greensburg around 3 a.m.
“It’s remarkable he did an ‘S’ while asleep,” said Bill Scattaregia.
Scattaregia was in the area for car work when he spotted the damage.
“Pretty high-speed collision. I mean you wonder how somebody got in here,” said Scattaregia.
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“He clipped one of the traffic control devices, where the road funnels down into one lane because of construction we have here on Route 30. That sign flew into the eastbound lanes where workers were,” said State Police Trooper Stephen Limani.
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The truck narrowly missed the construction workers.
“Luckily for us, these workers were actually bending down and working below the concrete barrier and the projectile that flew – it flew across the barrier and fortunately did not strike them,” said Limani.
Police said the truck was driven by Daniel Rhoades, 32, of Johnstown. It went airborne, causing damage along the way before resting right in front of the showroom.
Police said Rhoades was driving to work in Mt. Pleasant when the crash happened.MORE NEWS: How To Protect People, Pets And Pipes During A Deep Freeze
Rhoades was taken to the hospital to get checked out, but wasn’t hurt. Police say he was wearing his seat belt. He could end up getting cited.