An Ohio snow plow driver is credited with getting a drunken-driver off the road.
George Seambos of Sylvania said that he was clearing an interchange when he noticed headlights coming at him. A driver was heading the wrong direction.
Seambos said that he turned on his truck’s flashers, caught up with the driver and pulled his truck sideways to block oncoming traffic, WTBG in Toledo reported.
“There were also vehicles coming from behind,” Seambos said. “I knew if they got around me, something bad would have happened. So, that is why I put my truck sideways to keep people a safe distance away.”
Seambos radioed for help and jumped out of his truck and took the man’s keys away.
A few minutes later, police arrived and arrested the man for operating a vehicle under the influence.
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