A driver has survived a frightening plunge after driving her vehicle off the edge of a seven-storey auto park in Texas.
Surveillance video captured the moment a vehicle plunged seven stories off the side of a parking garage in Texas.
The video, released Thursday, shows the vehicle bouncing off the pavement into a Chevrolet Tahoe SUV, then rolling upside down in the alley. The woman driver is said to recovering from her injuries.
The incident happened on July 13, with the Austin Police Department releasing the footage on Thursday. Amazingly, the driver of the falling auto survived, according to the Austin Statesman.
Here is the newspaper's account of the latest crash, along with its account of O'Connor's fall and his rescue from the dangling SUV by a passer-by.
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Burch can be seen driving away from the horrific scene as bystanders and workers from a nearby construction site rush to see to the woman, trapped in the sedan. There's the person who dialed Bowmer's husband while she lie covered in blood, giving her a chance to say what she thought might be a final goodbye.
The owner of the Littlefield Garage, located at 508 Brazos St., said these were the only two incidents of this kind they've experienced.
Water-filled barriers have been put in place as temporary safeguards on all the floors while the property owner files an extension to redesign the whole cable system.
The seventh floor, where the July incident happened, is now fenced off with caution tape.