swerve into

swerve into someone or something

to turn sharply and directly into someone or something. (Usually an accident.) The car almost swerved into a pedestrian. The bus swerved into a truck.
See also: swerve
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As the patrol car tried to catch up, deputies said, they saw the car drive past stop signs and red lights and swerve into the other lane, narrowly missing other cars.
PALMDALE - The children of Lora and Arthur Harper have filed a lawsuit against three motorists and a company whose truck dropped an insulation roll on Sierra Highway, causing a car to swerve into the path of Lora Harper's Honda.
Authorities were still investigating the collision Tuesday, trying to determine what caused Dees to swerve into the oncoming lane.