This happened last November and was reported by the AP on December 1, 2008:
"SAN ANTONIO -- A man who rammed his truck into a woman's vehicle on a highway early Friday told authorities he crashed into her while going more than 100 mph because God told him 'she needed to be taken off the road.'
"The truck rear-ended the car on U.S. Highway 281, both vehicles spun across a median then came to a stop along a barrier in the opposite lanes. Both drivers suffered only minor injuries.
"'He just said God said she wasn't driving right and she needed to be taken off the road.' Bexar County Sheriff's Office spokeman Kyle Coleman said in the online edition of the San Antonio Express-News. 'God must have been with them 'cause any other time, the severity of this crash, it would have been fatal.'
"The pickup driver did not tell police how the woman was driving. Police could not find alcohol or drugs in either driver.
"A psychiatric evaluation has been ordered for a man."
While the article is not a model of good journalism (run-on sentences, poor referents, &c.), it perfectly illustrates the insanity of all who claim they can talk to "God." Perhaps we should order psychiatric examinations for some of our politicians, too. Especially one living in North Dallas these days. For that matter, perhaps the sheriff's office spokesman should be examined too: just because nobody was hurt doesn't prove there's a "God." Which also begs the question: if "God" told the pickup driver to take the woman off the road, why would he leave both unscathed? Sometimes "God" is awfully capricious.