Motorist cheats death TWICE when he slides down a road, closely avoids being crushed by one car and then rolls out of the way for a second while vehicles pile up around him
- The dramatic ice crash occurred near Seoul in South Korea
- The man tried to swing cars & # 39; s down, but was run over almost twice
- No fewer than 21 cars ended up in the enormous accumulation, with three seriously injured
This is the dramatic moment that a desperate man is trying to warn oncoming drivers of a massive accumulation that will die twice after being nearly hit by cars.
The incredible footage of the ice-cold accident was recorded near Seoul in South Korea and appeared on social media last week.
As many as 20 cars' career together resulting in three people being seriously injured including an 87-year-old woman.
A man on the side of the road in South Korea waves over cars to warn them of sleet and an accumulation
The dashcam clip shows a driver who is fast approaching the scene of an accident, while a man on the side of the three-lane road waves him to a halt due to ice.
He then runs away quickly to escape an oncoming car that drives at speed and eventually slip and fall while the car is running out of control.
But the man must then quickly dive away while he is still on the ground, because a car misses him again inches.
But after he has swung a car down, he must quickly dodge another approaching car, causing him to fall
The man then runs to safety as more and more cars join the masses
After running away more chaos follows, one after the other, cars arrive at speed and collide or run in the stationary vehicles.
It was reported that up to 21 cars were involved in a 30-minute period before the authorities were able to bring the situation under control, according to RT.
The accumulation was caused by pieces of notoriously dangerous black ice.
It took place at the intersection of the Dongyangpyeong Expressway and the Gwangju Wonju Expressway near the capital Seoul.
The chaos occurs when one after the other, cars come up to speed and crash or run in the stationary vehicles
Allegedly there were no fewer than 21 cars involved in a 30-minute period before the authorities could bring the situation under control