On Aug 31, 2013, a near-miss between a gigantic boulder and a car and driver took place on the island in Keelung City in Taiwan.
When rocks began shifting at the top of a hillside, drivers on the road below were oblivious to the danger until debris started raining down on them.
A dashboard camera, mounted on a vehicle traveling behind the car caught in the landslide, captured the dramatic moment. The landslide brought down a massive boulder that narrowly missed crushing the car and driver.
The massive boulder, many times larger than the car, crashed down the hillside, lurched across the road, and rolled to a stop -- just missing the car by meters.
The driver obviously had “someone" watching over him.
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