Tesla car flies more than 100 feet through the air over railway crossing before crashing into a tree in Canada
- A Tesla car loses control and becomes airborne before crashing into a tree
- The four-door vehicle crossed the steept railway tracks at high speed
- The 46-year-old driver has since been charged with dangerous driving
This is the startling moment a Tesla car loses control and becomes airborne before crashing into an elementary public school in Ontario, Canada.
The four-door Tesla Model S crossed the steep railway tracks at high speed before crashing into Assikinack public school’s car park.
The 46-year-old driver, from Barrie, has since been charged with dangerous driving after both he and a passenger were treated for minor injuries, according to Barrie Today.
An investigation found the car went airborne over railroad tracks and came down in the oncoming lane more than 100 feet away before crashing into a tree.
Multiple angles of the car show it flying through the air at an incredibly high speed.
Barrie Police warned fellow drivers on Twitter. It said: ‘It may look “cool” and like something from out of the movies, but in reality the action of this driver put many lives at risk, including his own.
‘He now faces Criminal Charges and will appear in court in October.’
CCTV captured the car flying through the air as beams of light sweep across the road in video
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