When Tesla Model 3 owner Jade Insko left his home this past Monday, he
thought his drive heading to his workplace would be just like any other. As
Insko drove east on Highway 14 near Cape Horn, WA, though, a freak accident
happened. Out of the blue, a 37-pound boulder crashed into his electric car.
The impact was massive, shattering a large part of the Model 3’s windshield.
The rock also bent the steering column, split the dash, and moved the
practically immovable 15? center touchscreen before landing in the passenger
Relating his story to a local news outlet, the Model 3 owner stated that it
took him a second before he could process the freak accident. Fortunately,
his Model 3, bent steering column and split dashboard and all, was still
able to move. Insko was eventually able to pull over to the side of the
road, despite being unable to see due to glass in his eyes and face.