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Drivers miraculously uninjured after collision rips Honda completely in half


A car was ripped in half after pulling out in front of a tanker truck in Ohio on Monday morning. 

The accident happened on April 5th in Champaign County, Ohio. 

According to Dayton Daily News, the Honda was traveling east on Old Troy Pike when it pulled out in front of a tanker truck heading north on Ohio 235. The truck was unable to avoid the car and it slammed into it, ripping the Honda apart and sending half of it skidding into the middle of the highway and the other half into the grassy shoulder. 

Miraculously, the motorist suffered only non life threatening injuries, and the driver of the tanker truck was not hurt. 

Authorities are still investigating the crash. 


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