• Sep 3, 2013
It's a video that has to seen to be believe: A dash cam in Taiwan captured this car avoid being flattened by a landslide in the city of Keelung, Badouzi.

Accuweather.com reported tropical storm Kong-Rey dumped over eight inches of rain in the area in just one-day. Waterlogged soil sent rocks and the huge boulder tumbling down the side of the mountain and into traffic. According to Euro News the man who tapped the mudslide, Lai Hong-Wei, said the occupants inside the car suffered minor injuries. Amazing, considering only few inches and a lot of luck are all that saved the car from being completely crushed.


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