"Yeah I was just minding my own business working on my pickup, next thing I know I'm over here cops and fire trucks pulling up trying to figure out what's going on with this kid," said Matt Hubbard, a north Lubbock homeowner.
Hubbard got quite the scare Sunday afternoon when a small white car drove straight into the side of his house.
"I didn't know what was going on, I didn't know if maybe he was hurt, if he was sick something was happening, so I ran over to ask what was going on and he was like, he completely looked spaced out and said 'I'm fine I don't know what I'm doing here I don't know what's going on,'" said Hubbard.
Hubbard says he saw a smoking pipe, lighter and black incense packet on the driver's lap.
"Don't know what was in it, but I do know he was smoking something at least from what I could tell," he said.
Incense packets like the one the homeowner says he found with the driver are sold legally in smoke shops around Lubbock, but JD Plowman of Smoker's Haven says they will never sell it.
"It's not really good for you to smoke it. It's more of a mental drug that you can get, you can still get addicted to it, get really messed up, and it just tears your brain up," said Plowman.
Plowman says he fears this substance is gaining popularity in Lubbock.
He said,"I get a phone call about once a day trying to figure out if we sell it. A lot of times I just refer them to the people down the street so I think it might be, it's getting popular but it needs not to be popular, it needs to go away."
The driver was taken to UMC and is expected to be okay.
"Luckily nobody was hurt and that's the main thing," said Hubbard.