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Shocking moment office worker crashes through a huge glass window after mistaking it for an open doorway

  • Woman named as Ms Ye was heading into work at Chinese carmaker’s offices
  • She smashed through large glass pane believing it to be an open doorway
  • Moment was recorded on CCTV in city of Hangzhou in China’s Zhejiang Province

This is the moment a woman rushing into her office accidentally crashes through a huge window instead of using the glass door a few inches away.

The young woman, named only as Ms Ye, was heading into the headquarters of Chinese carmaker Geely in the city of Hangzhou in East China’s Zhejiang Province when she smashed headfirst through the large pane of tempered glass.

Footage taken just before 7am on November 27 shows Ms Ye walking at speed and shattering the glass into countless pieces before the office worker ends up stunned on the floor.

The woman, named only as Ms Ye, was seen heading into the headquarters of Chinese carmaker Geely in the city of Hangzhou in East China’s Zhejiang Province

The accident happened just a few inches from a set of glass doors, with long metal handles seen nearby.

Ms Ye sits sup and holds her face in pain before picking herself up off the floor.

She was later taken to the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine for treatment.

Seconds later she is caught on camera accidentally crashing through a huge window instead of using the glass door a few inches away

 Seconds later she is caught on camera accidentally crashing through a huge window instead of using the glass door a few inches away

She was later seen at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine where she was treated for cuts to her forehead and right hand

She was later seen at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine where she was treated for cuts to her forehead and right hand

Reports say she suffered cuts to her forehead and right hand, but none of her injuries were believed to be life-threatening.

Staff members at the Geely headquarters said the tempered glass was 1 centimetre (0.4 inches) thick.

The pane was spotless and did not bear any warnings, likely leading to Ms Ye mistaking it for an open door.

The office has already ordered a replacement and is not expected to ask Ms Ye to cover the cost of repairs. 

The office has already ordered a replacement for the 1cm-thick glass pane

It is not expected that Ms Ye will be expected to cover the cost of repairs

Staff members at the Geely headquarters said the tempered glass was 1 centimetre (0.4 inches) thick. The office has already ordered a replacement and is not expected to ask Ms Ye to cover the cost of repairs

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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