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Car Slams Into Roundabout, Flies Through the Air, Lands in a Graveyard

This car went airborne after crashing into a roundabout, weren't all flights canceled due to coronavirus?

The shocking video shows the speeding Suzuki Swift slamming into a roundabout and flying into the air like Superman before, ironically, landing in a graveyard, in Rąbień, Lodz, Poland, at around 6 pm on Easter Sunday, The Sun reports. Luckily, the driver was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

You can see the moment car tearing along an empty road before smashing into the raised edge of the roundabout, which causes the car to take off.

When the car tıouched the ground, it cut down a pine tree in mid-air and missed a statue of the Pope before crashing into buildings at a cemetery, where it burst into flames and got totally destroyed. 

The 41-year-old anonymous driver, who police reported was smelling of alcohol, was miraculously conscious while the firefighters were cutting him out of the wrecked car. 

Later, a photograph showing the aftermath of the accident was posted on Facebook by the Polish police.

Car Slams Into Roundabout, Flies Through the Air, Lands in a Graveyard
Source: Policja Województwa Łódzkiego

Currently, the driver is at the hospital recovering, and the police are waiting for the results of a blood test to see whether he was over the limit, Metro UK reports.

Still, the video makes for an almost cinematic stunt that is quite shocking to watch. We thought all flights were canceled after all.

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