Many people have shared a video on social media showing a delivery truck driver blocked during a tense confrontation for nearly 30 minutes in Oklahoma City.
Travis Miller told sister station KOCO that he and a co-worker were recently making a delivery to a home when a man claiming to be a board member with the homeowners association blocked them in.
According to Miller, the person who was set to receive the delivery had given him the code to get through the neighborhood's gate.
The man blocking Miller and claiming to be with the homeowners association demanded to know why Miller was on his street, setting off the tense situation.
"I asked you one question," the man said.
"And it's none of your business," Miller responded.
The man then told Miller that the road he was driving on was a private street.
"Flagged me down and just began to throw out a barrage of questions. 'What are you doing here? Why are you in here? Where are you coming from?'" Miller said.
Miller refused to answer. Instead, he stayed in his truck and recorded the interaction on Facebook Live. The entire conversation lasted nearly 30 minutes.
"I was gripping the steering wheel, and I made sure I kept my seat belt on," Miller said. "I locked the doors, tried to keep the window up."
Miller's emotions were overflowing in part because the incident was coupled by the loss of three family members within a month.
"I knew if I get out this truck, no matter what happened, I would have been in the wrong," he said. "I always say to myself, 'I'm going to go home to my wife and my kids.'"
The man eventually let Miller leave after confirming with another homeowner that he had just received a delivery.
KOCO reached out to the man shown in the video by phone and Facebook to find out why he blocked in Miller. So far, he hasn't provided a response.