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· Chillin'
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On June 13, 2004, at approximately 8:30 AM, Community Volunteer Fire Department's Engine 2 and Ambulance 2 were dispatched to the intersection of Alief-Clodine Road and Metro Boulevard in Southwest Harris County, Texas for the report of a car versus telephone pole.

Upon arrival, the engine company found a vehicle still running, hanging on the telephone wires by its right front tire.

Witnesses reported that the car had been traveling westbound on Alief-Clodine when the driver lost control of the vehicle, crossed the median, and made contact with the guide wire from the ground to the telephone pole, propelling the vehicle upward onto the wires.

Witnesses also reported that the driver jumped down from the vehicle and ran to catch a bus prior to the arrival of Engine 2 and the Harris County Sheriff's Department.

The vehicle ran for over an hour until the oil had completely drained from the motor and it seized.

Several wreckers and a Southwestern Bell crew removed the vehicle from its perch.


· Charter Member
205 Posts
Stunt driver career is possible

If that guy can do that trick consistently, I bet Hollywood would hire him!

That's just amazing that the wires held the car up. Sure would like to see a video of the flight!

Do you think the driver has any buddys saying something like this?
"A good friend will come and bail you out of jail...but, a true friend will be sitting next to you saying, ****...that was fun!"

· @Drew_Smoke
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Thats the same intersection where a car went airbourne and landed on a family in an old Sentra. He got out and went over to his girlfriends car who was following him and got a beer. He drank it sitting on the curb quietly as his girlfriend screamed at him and waited for the law to show up.....

· Registered
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I was just hanging it up to dry LOL.........................................later,Dave
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