‘How?’ Driver survives ‘Final Destination’ style crash

·News Reporter
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People have been left astonished after a driver somehow walked away unscathed despite a road sign slicing through their car.

The Land Rover Range Rover was pictured in Cork, in southwest Ireland, with a road sign penetrating the windshield through to the passenger seat.

Police told newspaper Cork Beo officers attended the incident on Sunday evening and no one was injured.

It’s believed the sign went through the car’s windshield after the Range Rover came off the road and crashed into it.

A Land Rover Range Rover with a green sign piercing the windshield.
Remarkably, no one was injured in this crash. Source: Reddit/ Xplosiv27

On Reddit, people compared the crash to something out of the Final Destination films.

“Thankfully it’s right-hand-drive,” one man wrote.

Another man simply wrote, “how?”

“Just a typical Range Rover driver,” another man wrote.

In 2019, a Melbourne mum said she thought a plane had hit her car after a road sign crushed her vehicle on the Tullamarine Freeway.

Nella Lettieri was left with shards from her smashed windscreen in her hair, and in serious pain.

“Head, neck, shoulders, every muscle in my body hurts at the moment,” she told 7News at the time.

Robyn Seymour, of VicRoads, said the sign falling and crushing a car “is a really rare event”.

“I’m not aware of similar situations like this occurring,” she said.

People were also left shocked by a driver who was pictured with a log going through their car windshield.

A TikTok video showed smashed glass surrounding the driver's seat and the log poking into the car by about half a metre.

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