The interior of the Honda Odyssey is a mess.
It’s been a rough week for the automaker after its flagship SUV broke into two in two days.
The first happened at the end of last week, when a passenger was thrown out of the back seat of a new Odyssey on the freeway.
The second happened earlier this week, after a woman was hit by a pickup truck in her driveway.
The third occurred in front of a couple in their living room when a truck sped by.
In all, 10 vehicles were hit by truck drivers on New Year’s Eve, according to the California Highway Patrol.
All were totaled, but only one was totaled for the driver.
That vehicle was a 2009 Honda Odyssey with a 4.0-liter turbocharged engine.
All of the damage happened inside the vehicle, with some parts being smashed or blown away.
In addition to the driver’s injuries, two people in the vehicle suffered minor injuries.
All 10 victims have been released from the hospital, according with the California Department of Motor Vehicles.