Police have released video footage that captured the moment a auto fell seven stories from a parking garage in downtown Austin, Texas, on July 13.
Police said the woman behind the wheel mistakenly hit the wrong pedal - sending her screeching through a safety barriers on the top floor of the complex.
Police said as the auto flung to the ground, it hit the building across the alleyway, rupturing a gas line.
The driver of the vehicle reportedly suffered "serious injuries" from the crash, KXAN reported.
A similar accident occurred at the same garage September 9, 2016 when a 24-year-old man crashed through the barriers on the top level.
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A video of the incident, which occurred on July 13, was released on Friday by Austin police and shows just how close Burch came to being squashed. The SUV driver wasn't hurt and was able to drive away.
The Austin Statesman reported that the BMW's driver was taken to a nearby medical center. There's the person who dialed Bowmer's husband while she lie covered in blood, giving her a chance to say what she thought might be a final goodbye.
Temporary safeguards in the form of water-filled barriers have been put in place along the alley side of the garage where there are cables.
Littlefield was cited for unsafe conditions for its barrier cable systems in that incident.
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