An 11-year-old boy was sent to skate along a highway after being thrown from a car that overturned during a terror accident in Taiwan.
The boy, who was not wearing a seat belt, was thrown from the back seat of his father's car when he crashed into the back of another vehicle and rolled through the air.
His father, Lee, 39, cut the back of another car when he tried to carry it out on the highway over the city of Tainan, on the southwest coast of Taiwan.
An 11-year-old boy was thrown from his father's car during an explosion of terror in Taiwan
His father, Lee, 39, tried to drive a vehicle on the highway over the city of Tainan but cut off the back of another vehicle
The violent collision sent the two cars spinning through the air and tumbling down the road
Neither the boy nor his eight-year-old sister were wearing their safety belts when the car was sent flying through the air, police confirmed.
The images of Dashcam show the boy face down in the middle of the highway after the crashing crash.
According to reports, his brother also landed on the highway after the violent collision, but is not seen in the video.
Police in the Xinying district of Tainan said three people, including the two children, were injured during the accident, but fortunately none suffered life-threatening injuries.
Neither the boy nor his eight-year-old sister were wearing their seat belts when the car crashed
According to reports, his brother also landed on the highway after the violent collision, but is not seen in the video
The child is seen face down on the road after the accident. He tries to get back on his feet in the video
The 41-year-old driver in the silver room, also surnamed Lee, also received treatment for injuries.
The authorities confirmed that, while his father was wearing a seatbelt, none of the children in the back seat carried his, which caused them to be thrown from the vehicle during the crash.
Success could mean a fine of only TWD 6,000 (£ 150) for the father, unless he has been convicted of a careless driving offense.