- The incident took place in Jinjiang, China’s Fujian province on August 22
- The area was hit on the same day by Typhoon Hato
- Man was about to get into his car when the billboard fell from a roof
A man in China narrowly missed being hit by a huge billboard after it was blown from a rooftop and landed inches from him.
The man was about to get into his car when the billboard landed on top of the vehicle.
The footage was taken on August 22 in Jinjiang, China’s Fujian province as Typhoon Hato battered southern China.
The man can be seen crossing the road and walking to his car just before the billboard crashes
The man escaped unharmed however his Chrysler vehicle was damaged in the smash
In the footage posted to Pear Video, the man can be seen walking to his vehicle on the side of the road.
All of a sudden, the man can be seen trying to run away from something.
The billboard can be seen crashing down to the ground as the man tries to run away
According to reports, the advertising board had been blown from a roof of a building
The billboard then comes into shot and falls towards the ground, landing on top of the man’s car.
The billboard misses him by inches.
He was unhurt in the incident but the car was damaged.
According to reports, the advertising board had been blown from a roof of an apartment building.