Moment when a car swerves off the road and narrowly misses a pedestrian, but somehow ends up perfectly parked in Thailand
- The driver lost control over the wheel on a corner in Samut Sakhon on Aug. 28
- The rear of the large car lost traction causing the SUV to oversteer dramatically
- The driver did not catch the error in time, causing him to run off the road
A Thai driver miraculously escaped after losing control of his SUV while cornering too fast.
The rear of the large car got out after the driver failed to brake for the right turn.
The motorist overcorrected causing him to dramatically oversteer and send him to a parking lot in Samut Sakhon on August 28.
The black SUV, pictured, lost control of the vehicle after a 90-degree right turn in Samut Sakhon on Aug. 28
The SUV narrowly avoided plowing into this storefront, pictured left, after losing control of the steering wheel in the tight bend
The car, pictured, also narrowly dodged a woman pushing a pram during last week’s incident
The driver sat quietly in his car for a few moments to calm down before backing up onto the street
Fortunately, the car manages to dodge a woman pushing a pram that was about to cross the road when the out-of-control vehicle approached.
The car darts into the covered parking lot, barely braking forcefully to avoid a storefront.
CCTV footage from the forecourt shows the car standing still for a few seconds while the driver regains his composure before backing up onto the street.
Amazingly, the driver was able to drive off after damaging his car during the close call