I have actually seen a truck get stuck like this..but it was at the river in some nice quick sand...needless to day I think the truck is still there somewhere under ground.. That truck had to have sat there for some time to actually sink like that...just hitting a deep mud pit won't sink that deep for awhile..or at least I don't think it possible... Who knows though...
I'm not sure if it was Dr'd or he just drove into a mud river at night and didn't see it 'cause he was going to fast to stop,if you look it blew ot most of the windows..Like I said just a dumb move
Judging by the trash on his mirror, I would say that he got stuck and then the water came up and silted in the truck...I loaned a 14 foot boat to a guy one time that lost it in the south canadian river..the boat was found a few weeks later about 10 or 12 miles down stream...only about a foot was sticking up above the sand...it had just silted in..we didn't even try to recover it...
I think the truck has been there for a while. There are water marks on the tank and trash on the door like water has been runing over it and he is standing on solid ground. I think someone drove into flood waters and got washed away. duuuuuuuuuuuuumb
I did see first hand a pulling unit truck that went off a bridge into the Canadian River near Wanette and it hit in quick sand. Before a crane truck got there it had sunk to just about where the only thing showing was the derrik.
In Salt Creek behind my moms house is/was the remains of a 30ft tall steel bridge that is completly silted under now. When I was a kid about 10 ft stuck up from the creek bed, now it's gone!