Amazon hit and run! Delivery driver is caught on CCTV making a quick getaway after her van rolls forward and crashes into house wall as she dashes to the front door and hurls package onto porch
- Trevor Mckinley was at home in Covington, Georgia, when he heard the crash
- Amazon delivery driver had left the car in drive and it rolled into the garage
- The driver flees scene making it a ‘felony hit and run’ causing $12500 damages
This is the shocking moment a delivery driver is caught on CCTV hurling a package onto a porch – while her van has rolled and crashed into the garage.
Security footage shows a female Amazon driver getting out of their vehicle that had been left in drive in Covington, Georgia, causing it to crash into the property.
Trevor Mckinley, the property owner, heard the crash outside his house, but put it down to construction work going on next door.
Security footage shows the Amazon driver running back to their vehicle that had been left in drive and crashed into a garage in Covington, Georgia
The vehicle was driven over the grass and on to the driveway before the courier exited the vehicle, leaving her door open.
Running in front of the car, the driver hurls the parcel at the front porch before taking a picture.
The van moves slowly from its space beside the front path, rolling towards the garage and colliding with a deafening thud.
Panicked, the driver makes a getaway and does a 4-point turn to try and reposition the van out of the driveway.
When trying to get away, the courier even hit the silt fence of the construction site on the other side of the road.
The Amazon vehicle was driven over the grass and on to the driveway before the courier exited the vehicle, leaving their door open as it rolled into the garage
Days later, Mr Mckinley noticed that the garage had stone falling off it, and under further inspection saw that the entire wall was pushed off the foundation.
He said: ‘I was laying in the family room with my 3-month-old baby asleep on my chest when I hear a loud crash outside of my house, thinking nothing of it due to construction next door I let my baby sleep.’
He also said that the studs were broken in half after getting a friend to come and see if he could fix the damage.
It was his friend who pulled up the security footage of the crash that had occurred days earlier.
The video, posted to his TikTok last week, has been viewed over 3.2million times, and Mr Mckinley commented that the damage done to the garage amounted to 12500$
The female driver throws the parcel at the front door before taking a picture before running back to her van
He also added that because the driver didn’t say anything to him, the crime was now a ‘felony hit and run’.
The video, posted to his TikTok last week, has been viewed over 3.2million times, and Mr Mckinley commented that the damage done to the garage amounted to $12500.
He wrote: ‘The damages are in my profile, it was over 12500$ in repairs, luckily the footage got them to make the repairs, but that’s all they did for the H&R’.
The company had allegedly only offered a $75 gift card to use on the website after Mr Mckinley contacted them.
However, he said the company had paid his repairs and he had filed a police report.