Everyone Somehow Survives After Horror Crash Literally Splits Car Down The Middle

This driver miraculously escaped the near-total destruction of her car on Saturday after it was sheared diagonally in half during a head-on collision on a California highway

The crash took place near Cloverdale, California and the auto in question was a previous-generation Chevrolet Impala.

The crash is still under investigation but drugs are believed to have been a factor. "Never seen a vehicle cut in half like that", he says on camera.

The sheer force required to make an automobile split into two must be more than enough to kill the unfortunate ones who happen to be in it at that point of time.

The enormous Toyota SUV sheared everything behind the Impala's first row completely in half, leaving the Chevy's driver sitting on the highway in one half of her destroyed auto, while the other half sat in an upright position on the nearby grassy hillside.

The wreck happened after Fenty drove the Sequoia over the center line and struck the Malibu, driven by Apol Lansang, head-on on the passenger side, according to the California Highway Patrol, via ThePressDemocrat.

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In fact, the driver of the Chevrolet Impala you see sliced in two - 26-year-old Apol Lansang - only suffered minor injuries after a Toyota Sequoia driven by 27-year-old Kevin Fenty crossed onto her side of highway and hit her auto head on. The front section and thankfully the driver's area of the Impala were miraculously spared from Toyota's front end. The 27-year old was thrown out of the Toyota Sequoia on impact.

The wreck left the driver of the Chevrolet in half of her vehicle in the road while the rest of her auto climbed a nearby hill. Possibly because he missed the entire point of wearing a seatbelt.

A crash scene on Highway 101 near Cloverdale, California, this weekend left a Chevrolet Impala literally sliced in half with the driver still behind the wheel.

The sight that met him was, he said, "the craziest thing I've ever seen, and I've seen many accidents".

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