RILEY COUNTY, Kan. -

A Jeep goes airborne while driving along a Kansas highway, and the crash is all caught on tape.

It happened on I-70 in Riley County, about 8 miles east of Manhattan. The video was posted to the KWCH Facebook page. You can see a Jeep strike an unattended vehicle, then becoming airborne.

Jacob Meyer, who shot the video, said he started recording the Jeep because the driver had been swerving all over the road.

"It was almost like something in a movie because most people in that situation would have swerved right or left to avoid the vehicle," Meyer said. "It was almost as if he lined it up on person and to me it's just so unbelievable."

The Kansas Highway Patrol reports the driver of the Jeep 41-year-old Greg Harris, of Manhattan, was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. No one else was hurt.