Watch A Honda Civic Take On A Train…And Win

Crash

Drives away like nothing happened.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a train smash into a car, and it won’t be the last. But it might just be the only time we see the car drive off afterwards. The driver of the hardcore Honda found himself trapped on the train tracks in Orlando, Florida, having mistaken it for an adjacent road. According to local residents, the junction has caught drivers out in the past a few times before. Moments before the freight train comes barreling into the Civic, the driver resigns himself to fleeing his ride and no doubt losing it for good.

Amazingly, the following footage shows the car driving off after the impact with a severely wrecked back end, the driver eventually abandoning the Civic and fleeing the scene.

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