Driver Miraculously Survives Final Destination Style Car Crash
If you've seen the Final Destination films then you'll know death can happen in a rather random and gruesome way.
While a lot of the deaths are the things that could only happen in movies, take a look at this crash that happened in America.
A driver in Georgia miraculously walked away with minor injuries after running into the back of a truck carrying a load of logs.
According to CNN, the bloke leaned down to get something in his car just before rear-ending the truck.
Whitfield County Fire Chief Edward O'Brien said dozens of logs weirdly formed a hole right where the driver's head was, meaning he was able to walk away without any serious injury.
"It was as if it was almost created just for his head," he said.
Firefighters were called in to help the man out of the car however they first had to saw through about 30 to 40 logs to get to the driver.
After they removed all the logs in the way, it took crews about 15 minutes to get him safely from the car.
To be fair, if you've seen Final Destination 2 then you'll know that this exact scene wasn't the cause of the character's death.
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The car she was in crashed into a truck that had a sharp PVC pipe come through her seat.
It was when firefighters were trying to get the woman out of the car (because the door was damaged) that they activated the airbag, forcing her head back and impaling her on the pipe.
Luckily for this bloke, none of that happened and he has a pretty impressive story to tell at the pub.
A different driver in Australia suffered a similar close call earlier this year when the car she was in nearly got wiped out by a falling sign.
This is the incredible footage captured on a dashcam on the Tullamarine Freeway in Victoria, Australia, where a massive bloody highway sign became dislodged and fell straight onto the four-wheel drive below.
According to 9 News Melbourne, the 53-year-old driver didn't suffer any serious injuries but you can probably bet that her heart took an absolute beating of adrenaline.
She was taken to hospital as a precaution but was discharged after a few hours.
Police don't think it was wind that knocked the sign off and are looking into the dashcam footage to see if it can provide any information on how the incident occurred.
They've also inspected other signs in the area to ensure none of them are loose.
Featured Image Credit: Whitfield County Fire/Facebook