A car became airborne and landed in the roof of a home after an accident in Texas.
Deputies say the car could have been going between 80 and 90 miles an hour when it left the road, careening up an embankment, crashing into one home and landing upside down on the roof of another.
Miraculously the driver, once extracted by firefighters, walked away without any injuries.
No one was injured inside the houses either.
It took a large crane and about 10 hours for crews to extract the car from the roof.
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