After Toyota publicly expressed doubt on yet another "runaway" Prius incident, a California Highway Patrol officer's account seems to support the driver's version of events. The officer, who came to the driver's aid after his 911 call on March 8, said that he appeared to be hitting the brake repeatedly as his car sped up to 90 miles per hour on a freeway. Toyota claimed there was no evidence to that effect. But the officer claimed in his seven-page report, "I could see the driver sat up off his seat indicating that he was possibly applying the brake pedal with his body weight." It was the latest high-profile case of a Toyota speeding out of control after the manufacturer recalled 8.5 million vehicles.