No one was injured in Monday's crash but authorities didn't discover the reason of the accident until Friday.
A 17-year-old has caused a highway collision after driving blindfolded as part of the Bird Box challenge.
The craze has come from the Netflix film Bird Box, starring Sandra Bullock.
Participants in the "challenge" don blindfolds and try to perform ordinary tasks, imitating the characters in "Bird Box", who must cover their eyes lest they see something unspecified yet horrific that drives them to suicide.
The driver then pulled a beanie over her eyes and kept driving.
One truck appears to have its passenger-side bumper bent inward, while the entire driver's side of a Honda HR-V is smashed.
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"Luckily no injuries", police wrote.
Police are recommending reckless driving charges in the case but it will be up to the County Attorney's Office to determine what charges, if any, are filed.
The Bird Box Challenge wallowed somewhere in between being not-a-meme and a meme-in-embryonic-state earlier this month when Netflix tweeted a warning to its users not to engage in this unsafe activity.
Netflix has issued a statement pleading with the public to avoid hurting themselves with the "Bird Box Challenge".
The 17-year-old driver, her 16-year-old passenger and the occupants of the other vehicle all escaped serious injury. "Would you?" The challenge reached its mature form of meme when YouTuber and professional brain genius Jake Paul posted a video of himself trying it for his young, impressionable audience.
After the crash, Layton police also took to social media to warn others from repeating the challenge.