Video: New Jersey driver nearly missed after semi-truck hits black ice

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4 comments

  • bob

    “Nearly missed” means “hit.”

    She was “nearly hit.” If you make your living writing in English please learn the language.

    • eport

      If “nearly” is being used as an adjective, then yes, this would be incorrect. But I think it’s being used as an adverb, in which case it’s correct. It’s basically saying that the driver of the car was “barely” missed by the semi.

  • Nancy Trucker

    The truck driver and the people in the car were both very lucky. It was fortunate that none of the on-coming traffic didn’t hit the truck after it jumped the barrier.

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