Terrifying moment, a slow-moving jogger, 51, is flattened by a car that is not under control – but it survives miraculously
- CCTV caught a woman, 51, who was hit by a car while jogging in Indonesia
- A black car bounced over a central reservation and hit the woman's shoulder
- After the woman was hit, the car bounced on the street before it hit a tree
- Local police said the driver had pressed the accelerator pedal instead of the brake
Terrifying images were captured the moment a jogger was flattened by a car in Indonesia on Saturday.
The CCTV video shows a 51-year-old woman jogging through a suburban street in Harbor Bay on the Riau Islands at 5.30 a.m.
As she approached an intersection, a black car came up from a nearby street, bounced off the central reservation, and launched into the sky.
The woman stepped to the right in an attempt to dodge the car before she took most of the left front wheel on her shoulder and hit the back of her head.
CCTV footage captured the incredible moment when a woman (pictured left) was hit by a car while jogging in Indonesia
The car drove forward after the collision and bounced across the road before crashing into a tree.
Coconuts reported that the car was being driven by a young woman who was on her way home after spending the night at a friend's house.
& # 39; The driver wanted to press the brake, but accidentally she hit the accelerator pedal, causing it to get out of control & # 39 ;, said Riau Island spokesperson Eriaa.
The victim was on the road before a group of bystanders helped her in a nearby car.
The black car bounced on a media strip and launched into the air (photo), hitting the woman on the shoulder and the back of her head
The driver was arrested after the collision, while the victim sustained a shoulder injury and survived several cuts and cracks in her face, but miraculously.
She was treated in a local hospital before being transferred to another hospital in Malaysia at the request of her family, local media reported.
Careless drivers in Indonesia can receive up to five years in prison, depending on the severity of the victims' injuries.
The victim was on the road before a group of bystanders (photo) helped her into a nearby car before leaving the stage
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