Darren Tupper was driving his daughter house round 9pm final Sunday alongside the Cunningham Highway.
Suddenly, a rock was hurled from the Barclay Street overpass, sending Mr Tupper’s automobile into the air whereas travelling at 100 km/hr.
“I don’t know how high it jumped when I hit it but it jumped a fair way into the air,” he advised 9News.
“Was a fairly good size rock and if that had come through the windscreen hit you in the chest, in the head…”
Mr Tupper narrowly missed a critical accident as he and his daughter averted the cement block hitting the windscreen.
“Absolute idiots … you could’ve taken someone else’s life and is it really worth it?” Mr Tupper mentioned.
However, it nonetheless brought about vital injury to his automobile.
“Out of pocket a couple of thousand dollars probably,” Mr Tupper mentioned.
He made a report back to the police, nevertheless no prices have been laid.
The incident has sparked recent calls to introduce security measures alongside overpasses, together with higher lighting or fencing to discourage offenders.
“I’m shocked to hear of this incident. It’s brutal, it endangers people’s lives,” Minister for Transport Mark Bailey mentioned.
“I’m happy to look at the infrastructure itself where this incident has happened and to get a report.”