Saved by his backpack? Amazing moment a little boy is hit by a car and he flies away – then he gets up before he runs back to the sidewalk
- WARNING: DISTINCTIVE CONTENT
- CCTV recordings made in Kharkiv, Ukraine, caught the boy who came walking up the road
- He waits for a blue car before sprinting out without looking both ways
- A white car hits the boy, but he jumps up again a few seconds later
A schoolboy was hit by a car and steered away, then jumped up again and ran away.
CCTV images show the boy running straight into the path of a moving car, only looking to the left as he crossed the road.
The clip starts with the boy, wearing a backpack and trainers, walking on a sidewalk in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
CCTV footage captures the young boy who directly encounters the path of a moving car. The boy tries to stop himself, but it is too late
He waits for a blue car, quickly looks to the left and sprints outside.
Almost as soon as he reaches the middle of the road, a white car comes into view.
The boy tries to stop himself, but does this too late and the car dresses him when it comes to a stop.
The boy is sent forward and slides across the floor.
Incredibly, the boy grabs the shoe he lost in the accident and jumps up quickly. He runs to the side of the road where spectators try to help him
He grabs his shoe that was released in the accident before he rose slightly and jogged to the side of the road.
The driver gets out of the car and approaches the boy, who seems to be trying to calm him down.
Concerned spectators then quickly run over to check on him.
The images were shared on Facebook by Vladimir Pilipchuk, where it has been viewed more than 300,000 times.
Concerned spectators quickly hurry to check him out. The images were shared on Facebook by Vladimir Pilipchuk, where it has been viewed more than 300,000 times
He said on social media: & # 39; The child ran across the road in the wrong place. Thank goodness he was wearing a backpack when he set off. The driver has not broken any traffic rules.
& # 39; If you have children or grandchildren, please teach them how to cross the road. & # 39;
There have been no further updates about the boy's condition.
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