Jonathan Douglas had just purchased a brand-new Kenworth T680 Next Gen and was enjoying a long haul on I-65. Making himself familiar with the interior of the cabin, he noticed a large button on the dashboard with a red “X” on it. Curious but also terrified, he considered pressing it. “I had to know what happened if I pressed that button. I just don’t have that kind of patience.”
Upon inevitably pressing the red “X” button, witnesses say that Jonathan was ejected over 250 feet into the air along with his seat, which immediately deployed a parachute. The T680 came to a screeching halt, causing a multi-hour traffic jam. “The view was nice, actually. I felt like a bird,” Jonathan said.
What he didn’t realize, however, was that Jonathan had just ejected himself into an Illinois windstorm. Using GPS location services from his phone, police found him 235 miles away in the middle of a cornfield – carried by the strength of his parachute.
Kenworth was applauded by Pete Buttigieg, Secretary of Transportation, for its dedication to providing such novel safety features.
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