Minutes after the 911 call, the Florida driver noticed something that broke through the windshield.


“Something went through the windshield and hit my mom’s head!” A woman became a 911 dispatcher after boarding Interstate 95 while driving to Daytona Beach on Wednesday. Shouted.

To 911 call, The driver uses a towel to stop the bleeding, paying attention to the instructions from the coordinator. She was able to flag another driver who helped her.

“I have a lot of blood,” says the driver.

Crick Orlando reports that the injured woman Gouache on the forehead, It was a passenger with her daughter. She was 71 years old and did not lose consciousness, her daughter told the coordinator.

At first, the projectile looked like a mystery. “A piece of concrete? I flew through the glass.”

Three minutes after the call, the driver and the Good Samaritan identified the object.

“There is a turtle there!” The caller said seemingly incredible. “Turtle?” Asked the coordinator. “Turtle! Actual turtle” The woman replied.

The pair was heading north near Port Orange, Florida, when the turtle crashed while riding.Mom Expected to be okay, According to Orlando’s Fox35. The same is true for turtles that have scratches on their shells and are released into the nearby forest.

It’s not uncommon for road debris to hit the windshield. Obviously, it’s not a Florida turtle projectile either.

The trooper believes that the turtle must have been hurt by another car and thrown high into the mother’s and daughter’s cars.

May 2016, Turtle torpedo Through the women’s windshield on Interstate 4 in Deltona. Both the turtle and the surprised driver were fine.

So this happened today! He lives in I4 and I’m okay.crazy

Contributor Nicole Maribyanes on Monday, May 9, 2016

The turtle collided with the windshield of the car Georgia And South Carolina, Also in May 2020 and May 2019, respectively.