HONOLULU (AP) — A Hawaii man has some scratches on his face and arms after a surfboard crashed through his windshield as he was driving along a Honolulu freeway.
Jerrin Ching tells KHON-TV (http://ow.ly/owxKh ) he was driving on the H-1 freeway Sunday when the surfboard came out of nowhere, pierced through the glass and came inches from his face.
Ching says he feels grateful to be alive.
Witnesses tell police the red board fell of an overpass and bounced off a school bus.
It's not known who the 10-foot-long surfboard belongs to.
Ching is hoping the owner claims it and pays for the damage to his girlfriend's 2011 Honda Fit.
Information from: KHON-TV, http://khon.com
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