Minnesota Department of Transportation cameras caught a scary incident on Interstate-35 in Minnesota.

The YouTube page MN Crime shared the video. They stated that the pickup truck was vacant and abandoned in the middle lane of the freeway. This happened on I-35 near Forest Lake (about 127 miles away from Duluth).

According to Kare11, Minnesota State Patrol stated that the pickup truck was disabled after it hit a deer. The driver then left the vehicle, but put their hazard lights on. The driver was on the side of the road when a semi-truck smashed right through it.

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As seen in the video, you can see the truck just sitting in the middle of the freeway. Then here comes a semi-truck that gives the pickup no mercy as it smashes right into it. The pickup gets sent flying over to the off-ramp and bursts into flames after nearly hitting another car. The semi on the other hand heads over to the grassy area either hitting a pole or almost hitting a pole.

Looks like no one was injured, but I don't think the pickup is coming back from that one.

MN Crime via YouTube
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Could you imagine being the owner of the pickup or the driver of the semi? How scary! You can see in the video of a man running towards the pickup as it is engulfed in flames. I can only assume it was the owner. Check out the video below:

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