Michigan authorities say a person was arrested after driving his Dodge sedan over a rising drawbridge “Dukes of Hazzard” fashion.Miguel Gomez, 26, was rushing when he “struck and drove by means of” Fort Street Bridge’s safety gate and went airborne earlier than touchdown on the opposite facet of the bridge, Wayne County Prosecutor’s Workplace stated in a information launch.Gomez broken the safety gate in addition to his automotive’s tires and windshield, a spokeswoman for the Detroit Police Division advised CNN.He was charged with malicious destruction of property and reckless driving, in response to the prosecutor’s workplace. Gomez was arraigned on Saturday and launched on a $3,500 bond.”These pandemic occasions have seemingly introduced out the worst in lots of Michigan drivers.” Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy stated in an announcement. “The foundations of the street [are] the identical and there’s no place for drivers who refuse to comply with them and as an alternative attempt alleged stunts like this.”CNN couldn’t decide if Gomez had a lawyer.A name from police known as the incident one thing out of “The Dukes of Hazzard,” an action-comedy collection that featured a number of automotive stunts, in response to CNN affiliate WDIV. The primary automotive in that present was the Common Lee, an orange 1968 Dodge Charger.Police advised WDIV they think the motive force was underneath the affect of “whippets,” or canisters of nitrous oxide typically used as inhalants.Drawbridge operator Andre Locke witnessed the stunt, which he stated reminded him of “The Blues Brothers.” In that film, a automotive jumps the 95th Street Bridge in Chicago.”I appeared and I stated, ‘No he ain’t,'” Locke advised WDIV. “I hit the emergency spot and the bridge jammed.””Over he went, blew out all 4 of his tires, after which he crashed into the opposite gate,” he added.