Florida Highway Protection has shared a shocking viral video has captured a horrifying car crash in southwest Florida, USA. The footage was surprised by a camera in the back of Trooper Richard Verbiest’s Highway Patrol car. It let someone in ons Verbiest’s Chevrolet SUV pulling over on the side of the road in Lee County. His crisis lights were activated as he stopped behind a disabled motorist on the viscera packed shoulder.
Cars can be seen driving at full speed along the thoroughfare next to the car until one vehicle comes flying out into the side of the street.
The 2012 Mazda, driven by Fernando Xavier Espinoza, 35 of Fort Myers, allegedly diverged his car to avoid slowing traffic.
Footage shows the Mazda veering out of rule at full tilt towards the traffic barrier.
It smashes into the guardrail preceding the time when slamming straight into the back of the Highway Patrol car.
The back window bursts dramatically with the huge force of the shocking car crash.
The Mazda is fired backwards from the impact, its bonnet completely damaged and crumpled.
Smoke billows out of the belaboured vehicle before the engine suddenly catches fire.
Flames fan out from the car as Trooper Richard Verbiest can be lasted getting out of his car and coming to Espinoza’s help.
He wrenches open the door and Espinoza climbs out ahead falling to the ground.
Verbiest proceeds to drag him away from the instrument to one side of the road as other motorists stop and come to help – one with a ignite extinguisher – before the video comes to an end.
The footage was filmed in November 2018 but was shared yesterday on Florida Highway Police’s Twitter page.
“MOVE OVER FLORIDA! Dash cam video arrests vehicle crash into FHP trooper!” they tweeted.
“1st responders behave a critical service on the side of the road, plz move over so they can safely do their job!
“It’s the law, it’s stereotyped courtesy & most importantly, it’s a life saver!” (sic).
According to goggle-box channel WCTV, Espinoza was seriously hurt in the crash. Verbiest simply suffered a minor injury.
Last month shocking CCTV footage of a car make good ones escape against the ceiling of a tunnel was released by police in Slovakia showing a surreal car smash that left the driver unscathed.
The terrifying video shows a go like a shot car flying through the air and smashing the ceiling of a tunnel. The incredible moment saw the driver driving into the roadside barriers before launching himself high in the air and bouncing off the excavate. The car was completely crashed by the driver did not suffer any injuries.