Car dash! Doorbell camera captures DoorDash driver’s car rolling away after he gets out to make a delivery
- DoorDash driver in Colorado steps out to make a delivery, but leaves car in gear
- As he drops two bags of food off, the recipient says: ‘Your car is rolling away’
- He reacts in shocked disbelief before he’s again told the vehicle is still moving
- Driver spins around before breaking out into a sprint to catch the runaway car
A hapless delivery driver was caught on doorbell camera sprinting to catch his runaway car after he forgot to put it in park when he dropped off food.
Footage shows the DoorDash driver striding towards Brandon Ensing’s front door in Fort Collins, Colorado, bearing two takeout bags of Buffalo Wild Wings.
He is utterly unaware that behind him his car is slowly rolling down the road.
The DoorDash driver, who was delivering two take out bags of Buffalo Wild Wings in Fort Collins, Colorado on July 24, had to chase after his car after failing to put in park mode
The driver walking up to Brandon Ensing’s house to drop off the food without realizing his car is slowly rolling away
In the minute-long clip, on July 24, the driver can be seen turning a corner at the house as the car continues out of shot.
The camera then captures his shocked reaction as Ensing alerts him to the runaway vehicle.
He swivels around and pauses before calmly handing over the remaining bag of food.
Ensing, who watched the drama unfold on his phone before meeting the driver at the door, reiterates: ‘You might want to go grab it, your car is rolling away.’
As the delivery driver turns around and breaks into a run, he mutters: ‘Shut up!’
As the driver waits outside the front door, a doorbell camera captures the moment he reacts in shocked disbelief as Ensing tells him to go and grab his car
He quickly swivels around and breaks into a run as he tries to catch the runaway vehicle
He makes it around the corner, sees his car wasn’t left in park, and breaks out into a sprint as he chases after the runaway vehicle.
After sharing the footage on TikTok, Brandon’s clip has now garnered more than 600,000 views in four days.
Fortunately, the driver managed to avoid an expensive bill as he reached his car in time before any damage was done.