MIAMI — A driver sustained injuries when he fell out of his truck on North Main Street in Miami at 2:27 p.m. on Wednesday resulting in a three vehicle collision.
According to the Miami Police Department report, a brown 1981 Chevy C10 truck driven by Robert Henderson, 34, of Miami, was northbound on Miami's Main Street. Henderson was making a lane change with the intent to make a left turn. Henderson told police his driver side door was not latched and when he made a sharp right turn his door came open and he fell out of the vehicle.
Henderson's truck traveled on and then struck a gray 2007 Pontiac G5 driven by Darrell Bruce, 50, of Welch, that was stopped in the turn lane waiting for traffic to clear.
Henderson's vehicle then continued traveling across Main Street and into the Charlie's Chicken restaurant parking lot and struck a light pole. After hitting the pole Henderson's vehicle continued traveling east and struck a parked vehicle, a white 2001 Ford Focus owned by Rachel Jackson of Miami.
According to the police report, Henderson's condition at the time of the collision was apparently normal and he received possible external trunk injuries and was not wearing a seat belt when the door opened. Henderson's vehicle sustained disabling damages in the collisions and was towed from the scene.
Bruce was uninjured according to the report and his vehicle sustained only minor damage. Jackson's vehicle sustained minor damages as well.
Conditions listed by the police report at the time of the collision are cloudy and the road as dry.