A Montana woman escaped death three times last winter after being involved in several crashes during a strong blizzard, the Daily Mail reports.
Newly released footage shows a mother with her two daughters parked on the side of the highway following a small crash. Moments later, a semi-truck slides and plows into the vehicle. The mother gets thrown out of her car landing on the other side of the road onto the median.
Unconscious for a few minutes, the woman begins to wake up as two troopers spot her and rush to help. You can then hear one of the troopers scream, “Heads up, heads up! Watch out!” as two other cars slide straight toward them and crash. One of the troopers is able to pull the woman out of the way to save her.
The video was released by the Montana Highway Patrol Monday to remind drivers to slow down when driving through crash scenes and to be cautious while driving in bad weather.
Read more at dailymail.com
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