Guy Murdock had an eventful drive to work Tuesday morning in Natomas and he has the video to prove it.
At about 7 a.m. Murdock, who works downtown, was driving south on Kokomo Drive near North Park Drive when he saw a car coming up fast from behind. The driver whipped around Murdock’s vehicle and sped past a sign on the right that denoted that portion of Kokomo Drive was near a school.
Then, a few seconds later, the car with paper plates whipped around another car on the right side at a stop sign without coming to a halt. Then, further down the road, the car passed another vehicle before traveling out of view.
Police did not receive any calls about the reckless driver.
The entire 20 seconds was recorded on Murdock’s dash cam. The limited memory camera comes on when Murdock starts the car, allowing for automatic hands-free videoing.
The make and the model of the car are hard to make out as it rapidly motored down Kokomo Driver near Natomas Middle School.
“It was so dangerous, and there is a school right there,” said Murdock. “It was so outrageous what the guy did.”