An American woman survived a certain death after her car fell from the top of a mountain slope in the American city of San Francisco, and her car settled on the beach at the bottom of the mountain, and the car climbed over a cliff in Fort Vanston and overturned on the beach, as the fire department in San Francisco was transferred, and the case was transferred to Hospital to receive treatment.
Picture from the top of the slope
It was not clear to what extent the woman had fallen or why the car deviated from the cliff, as she was moving to another area to celebrate Christmas, while the fire department said that the paramedics rescued the woman and she was transported to the trauma center by road transport.
Lift the car from the scene
The car after the accident
Pictures of the accident showed the car after it capsized on the beach, and the tide of the sea remained far enough during the rescue operation, as the first responders were able to rescue the woman and put her on a stretcher, fire department officials said, according to CNN news, and the Fort Vanston area It is a former defensive port facility located in southwestern San Francisco that features “200 feet of sandy canyons”.
In another incident, a surveillance camera was recorded on a highway in the city of Babruysk in Belarus, recorded a heart-wrenching scene for a moment when a man escaped from death in the last moments, being run over under a speeding car that slipped and flipped behind him in a few steps, and the video footage transmitted by Russia Today showed a moment The traffic accident and the jeep capsized several times and almost ran over a man who was running near a highway and narrowly escaped.
And local media reported that the driver and the occupants of the car were not injured in the accident, which occurred because the car skid after the snow fell, and the video footage saw residents of the area jogging towards the car after it turned over several times due to the poor condition of the road due to the snow, to check on the condition of the passengers.