If you were driving in the rain on a two-lane highway, caught a tire on the edge of the pavement and flipped your car, what would you do? Let out a yelp, maybe a scream? We would too, but somehow this woman found herself in a barrel roll and remained totally silent; completely composed. After the crash, the woman is fully conscious - even slightly perturbed judging by the look on her face. We're just glad she wasn't seriously injured (and we hope nobody else was, either).

Let's try and learn something from this. First, it's a good idea to try to keep both hands on the wheel in a crash, if for no other reason than to prevent them from poking out the side window. Second, keep the interior of your car clean. The woman is lucky none of the stuff in her back seat flew to the front and injured her. Finally, drive very carefully on wet roads, especially if you live in a dry area that doesn't see much rain; the first rain of the season can make oil-covered roads very slick.

Check out the video below to see the barrel roll and how calmly the woman handles it.

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