"I looked at her and there were little splatters of blood on her face. It just seemed like maybe from the glass, and it was really scary," said Sheri Kaad, driver.
"I felt something hit me. And I looked up and had no idea what had happened 'cause I didn't see anything. All of a sudden I just saw a big hole, the windshield had shattered. And then a couple seconds later, we were looking around and found on the floor by my feet, I saw this huge piece of concrete," said Sari Burton, passenger.
Kaad's car has significant damage. And in spite of that she says the state police told her story didn't "add up." She claims to have offered to take a breathalyzer test but the state trooper told her it wasn't necessary.