Wait for me! Dramatic moment out of control motorhome flies through the air and hits in departing ferry after it rages in the driveway of the terminal
- Éric Belec from Laval, Quebec, was pulled from wreckage but died in the hospital
- A female passenger, 40, remains in critical condition according to officials
- It hit the ferry that runs between Tadoussac and Baie-Sainte-Catherine
A 40-year-old camper driver was killed after his camper ran into the driveway of a ferry terminal, flew into the air and hit the departing ship deck.
Éric Belec from Laval, Quebec, was pulled from the wreck of the decimated campervan and rushed to the hospital where he died hours later.
A female passenger, 40, remains in critical condition according to officials in the Canadian province.
Dramatic CCTV images show the extraordinary moment when the vehicle floats over the edge of the driveway, which witnesses compared with a scene from an action film.
Éric Belec from Laval, Quebec, was pulled out of the wreck of the decimated campervan and rushed to the hospital where he died hours later
The RV is crushed into crushing elements like the crack on the deck of a ferry that connects two cities in Quebec
Video taken from the stern of the ferry show pulls the ship away from the terminal for its 10-minute journey across the Saguenay River from Tadoussac to Baie-Sainte-Catherine, according to Live Leak.
Several cars and a small crowd are gathered on the deck as the ferry sails through the water, about 30 feet from the driveway that the vehicles have just used to board the ship.
Racing on the asphalt along the slope, a white RV can be seen and does not seem to slow down.
The camper suddenly jumps up the slope and into the sky above the river before descending to the deck of the ferry.
In a scene that is not out of place in an action movie, the camper shoots up the slope and into the sky above the river
When he sees the impending camper, the passenger sprints off the spring for a fraction of a second before the camper lands and falls into horror elements.
Cindy Desbiens, who was on the deck with her two children, told CBC: & # 39; It was like being in a movie. It seemed [almost] impossible that something like that would happen. & # 39;
And witness Claire Gagné said: & There was a lot of panic. Many people are almost touched. & # 39;
The Sûreté du Québec are said to have attributed a mechanical fault to Mr. Belec's motorhome for the driver's failure to brake.
When you see the impending camper, the passenger of the ferry sprints out of the way for a second before the camper crashes
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