In a real-life situation very reminiscent of a scene from any of the five “Final Destination” movies, a wooden board flew off a truck on the Ohio turnpike and impaled a windshield on another vehicle.

According to WFLA, Kim Awada was riding with her friend in Streetsboro when the board came loose, flew through the air, and then smashed into the windshield of her car.

Dashcam video showed the pickup truck speeding and changing lanes before the incident.

Troopers said the driver of the truck didn’t realize what had happened and kept driving. He was later ticketed for an “unsecured load.”

In Ohio, traveling with an unsecured load is a minor misdemeanor that carries a fine of up to $150.

In May, a video was posted showing a giant log piercing the windshield of a white van ... something directly taken from "Final Destination 2."

All five "Final Destination" films are about a group of people who escape impending death when one of them has a sudden premonition and warns them that they will all die in a terrible accident. But eventually, they are all killed in bizarre accidents.

The first film was released in 2000.

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