Viral Video Captures Hit-and-Run Crash in Florida

Florida police say the teenager behind the wheel posted viral video of his crash online.
1:48 | 05/02/14

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We're going to turn to the video of reckless driving. The teen behind the wheel cashing into several cars. And the driver of that video posted it himself, giving all of the evidence they needed to arrest him. ABC's John muller has the story. Reporter: Watch this moment of impact caught on tape. Police say it's a video of a hit-and-run in progress, shot by the driver himself, along state road 44, in new smyrna beach, Florida, Monday. The driver, described by police, as Robert Kelley, documents himself as techno music plays in the background. Swerving in and out of traffic, and racing through traffic at speeds excess of the speed limit, finishes his joyride trashing into this sedan. He injured a total of three in collisions. Very reckless. He acted with an indifference to the general public. Reporter: Police were tipped off to Kelley's video after he reportedly posted it to youtube Tuesday, from his hospital bed, with the title, me driving like an idiot. Posting a video of stupid act is consistent with the act itself. Reporter: This is Kelley's Honda after the collision. Police say he was injured. Charlene and her nephew were hit in the crash. She is grateful her newborn baby was not in the car. It was by the grace of god he was not in that video. Reporter: The video of the crash has since been removed from youtube. Police are using the video as key evidence in Kelley's arrest, expected later today. What we observed on the video raises the level of concern there was illegal substances involved. Reporter: For "Good morning America," John muller, ABC news, New York.

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