'What Do We Do?' Couple Caught in Severe Hailstorm in Amarillo, Texas

Large hailstones forced a driver and his fiancee off the road in Amarillo, Texas, on Sunday, May 1.

Sirai Hope Fullbright filmed the moment hail smashed down on her vehicle as her partner Christian Aranda attempts to safely stop on the side of the road.

The couple was driving from Branson, Missouri, to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The National Weather Service forecasted “baseball-sized hail” and winds up to “70 miles per hour” near Amarillo.

Fullbright told local media that she received notification of the hailstorm on her phone but did not look into it. Credit: Sirai Hope Fullbright via Storyful

Video transcript

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: Dude, no, no, no, no, no. Oh [MUTED] Damn, what [MUTED] what [MUTED] what. No, no, no. My window is going to bust. No. No.

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: Babe.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: What do we do?

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: I don't know.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: Pull over. [MUTED]

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: I got to face this way.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: Don't.

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: I can't. I can't go anywhere. I can't see.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: Oh my [MUTED] No.

Dude, no, no, no, no, no. Oh [MUTED] Damn, what [MUTED] what [MUTED] what. No, no, no. My window is going to bust. No. No.

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: Babe.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: What do we do?

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: I don't know.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: Pull over. [MUTED]

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: I got to face this way.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: Don't.

CHRISTIAN ARANDA: I can't. I can't go anywhere. I can't see.

SIRAI HOPE FULLBRIGHT: Oh my [MUTED] No.

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