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Car slams into toll station sending vehicle flying 50ft into the air

Shocking moment car slams into a motorway toll station sending vehicle flying 50ft into the air with the driver somehow surviving crash in China

  • A car drove towards the toll booth before hitting the crash barrier
  • The car then flew into the air before smashing into the road on its roof
  • The driver survived the crash and is reported to be recovering in hospital

A video has shown the shocking moment a driver crashes his car into a toll booth before the car flies 50ft into the air and slams into the road on its roof. 

The incident reportedly took place at the Shihe Toll Station of the Shenyang-Dalian Expressway, in central China on November 24.

CCTV footage shows the moment the driver speeds towards the concrete at the entrance of the toll station before slamming straight into it.

The impact is so great that it launches the car a jaw-dropping 50ft in the air before it overturns and smashes on the ground upside down.

Debris from the vehicle is flung into the air, while the crash barrier remains intact. 

Astonishingly, the driver survived the crash and is reported to be recovering in hospital, according to local media.

The case is currently under investigation.


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The car can be seen speeding toward the crash barriers at the Shihe Toll Station in China

Upon impact with the barrier, the car is launched into the air with force 

The car launched a jaw-dropping 50 feet into the air, and flew higher the toll bridge

The vehicle then slams into the road, surrounded by debris. The driver survived the crash and is reported to be recovering in hospital, according to local media

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