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Chevrolet Silverado (Photo : Reuters)

Kaleb Whitby, 27, was driving a Chevy Silverado when he was sandwiched between two colliding trucks. Miraculously, the only injuries were only a few scratches on his right hand and a bruise on his left eyebrow, CNN reported.

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The car crash took place on Jan. 17, Saturday, the foggy and icy Oregon interstate near Baker City. Plowed into the back of a jack-knifed semi-truck, Whitby flipped his pickup over. The horror did not end there when another tractor-trailer zoomed straight toward him.

"Thank God that I'm still alive. Now I've got to go figure out why," Whitby told Oregon Live.

"When I saw those lights coming, I knew he was going to hit me, and then I closed my eyes and prayed that everything turned out okay. That was all I could do," Whitby recalled.

As the second semi-truck smashed through his Chevy Silverado crushing the pickup like a soda can, Whitby tightly gripped the steering wheel. He described that moment to be "just metal crunching and glass" and "just all fast and loud."

With the marred shell surrounding his seat, Whitby was pinned between the two trucks. At that very moment, he said he was afraid it could possibly have been the end.

To make sure things were okay, Whitby let the sound of traffic subside before trying to wiggle out. Passers-by then came to help by pulling his feet out just enough so he could slide out of the car.

Oregon State Police Sgt. Kyle Hove said the car crash on Interstate 84 outside Baker City, Oregon is the biggest crash he has seen in a while.