Now THIS would be a scary sight to see while out on a small fishing boat, and it left those aboard with only one option:
A DEADLY CLOSE CALL: Several fishermen had to abandon ship by jumping into Oregon's Columbia River to avoid being crushed by a large errant boat. Now one of them is suing the driver of the other boat for $372,500. https://t.co/QwbUKkcbKE pic.twitter.com/htJ4f6pcf8
— Fox News (@FoxNews) January 18, 2018
Yikes! That was a close call.
The 75-year-old driver of the large boat said he didn’t see them because he was sitting down while driving.
But, the man’s son-in-law told police he didn’t notice the small boat because he was looking at his phone at the time of the collision.
Amazingly, nobody was seriously injured.
— JoDeli (@Jo2theDeli) January 18, 2018
That’s a bad day. https://t.co/P8TeH8MxOT
— Peter M. Black (@PeterMBlack11) January 18, 2018
Crazy! Those fishermen are so lucky they escaped alive!
— Cintia ?? (@ChanterCin) January 18, 2018
— Ryan Brown (@RyanBrownWJOX) January 18, 2018