"I was amazed, I could not believe it, then I began and realized what happened.
"He hit the bottom of the windshield, so I could not see it in the past".
Mr Martin was confused before entering the emergency channel. He traversed three traffic trap to get teens, but without any value.
"I started throwing and I started pushing the adrenaline and I thought it guilty, I wanted to catch them, I walked along three freeway lanes".
Three prosecutors, who have not escaped from surrounding neighborhoods, have not been caught and anyone who has CCTV or dash-cam footage attracts police officers.
Mr Martin, from Modellatik in Gippsland, said that there had been an incident.
"Half a day he's lost his job and is a mess to pay for the windshield, but everyone has been great," he said.
"Nobody could have innocent drivers. Trucks drivers have a great goal, either by the driver or by the side of the passenger window."
Sergeant Detective Ashley Ryan said the police were looking for three candidates for 12 to 16 year-old nursery careers, throwing them out of the rocky ridges of the Western Highway Melton.
"A rock between 10 kilograms and 12 kilograms … the transit truck was driven by a windward south-west, while the youngsters went north to the residential area," he said.
"Fortunately, the truck did not go unnoticed and the driver was not injured.
"It's a bit shaken, our researchers talked about what happened a long time ago. It was not physically … it could be caused by serious injury or death, it could cause an accident or multiple vehicles."
Anyone with the information is available to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
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Melissa Cunningham reported the news of The Age.