CITRUS COUNTY, Fla. — Jaw dropping surveillance photos from a Citrus County automobile dealership shows the moments a automobile flies into the air, over a total lot of autos, earlier than making a break touchdown.
- Automotive flies into air over dozens of autos at automobile dealership
- Break took place Tuesday afternoon at Crystal Ford Lincoln in Citrus
- Automotive made break touchdown, hitting two parked autos
It came about Tuesday afternoon at Crystal Ford Lincoln in Citrus County.
Citrus County deputies say a driver touring down U.S. 19 felt dizzy and misplaced control of his white Toyota Camry. The auto veered into the grassy apartment of the avenue then over a berm earlier than going airborne. That automobile traveled 139 toes thru the air over a dozen autos without hitting any of them. Once the Camry hit the floor it smashed into two other parked autos.
Authorities acknowledged the motive force became hospitalized nonetheless anticipated to be k.
WATCH: Surveillance from Crystal Ford Lincoln in Citrus County shows a automobile flying thru the air. The auto lot became packed with customers when the Toyota Camry came flying thru. Police acknowledged the motive force, who wasn’t damage, had some form of clinical emergency. pic.twitter.com/MiBajzdT5t
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In the video the flying automobile barely misses an employee on the floor. Crystal Ford Lincoln Gross sales Supervisor Bruce Azevedo became appropriate toes away from the crashing Camry when it finally made a break touchdown.
“Which that you just may perhaps per chance also feel it. Which that you just may perhaps per chance also feel the, I don’t know, on your chest the compression when it hit,” he acknowledged. “After which as we spun around to behold it, I saw it employ out the navigator. Which if the navigator wasn’t there it potentially would’ve went into the showroom.”
Azevedo acknowledged Crystal Ford Lincoln in Citrus County became crawling with customers when all of a surprising a automobile came flying thru the air.
“I mute can’t imagine it. I mean he traveled 400 toes in the grass earlier than he hit the berm and he actually went inches between an F-250 and one more Ford became parked there,” he acknowledged. “Here is something Substandard Kenevil would’ve planned months and months to be in a situation to develop and you don’t stamp it.”
Luckily no one on the floor became damage.