Friday, November 4, 2011

Vehicle Accident: Car Fell Down the Canyon Just After Missing a Bunny

Would you risk your own life only to save a rabbit on the road? This is probably what happened to a woman in Poway, California. She must be very caring and lovely to animals up to the extent of putting her own life at risk just to save life of an animal.

According to reports, the accident occurred around midnight a couple of days ago. While the woman was driving her Mercedes along Scripps Poway Parkway just near Sycamore Canyon and west of the State Route 67, a rabbit suddenly hopped in front of her said vehicle. To the woman’s surprise, she abruptly changed her vehicle’s direction to miss the rabbit but she lost control of her vehicle.

The woman had saved the rabbit but unfortunately her vehicle crashed through the guardrail, fell down on a dike and then the engine automatically turned off at the edge of a steep cliff.

According to fire personnel, the woman’s vehicle fell 300 feet down the canyon.

Definitely, the woman didn’t expect that she’d fell hundreds of feet down the canyon when she saved the rabbit. She probably focused on saving the life of the poor bunny, but she didn’t expect its consequences that it might brought to her own life.

It took 30 minutes for the rescuers to free the woman from her vehicle using hydraulic rescue tools. The woman was rushed to the nearest hospital for medical treatment for the minor injuries she obtained from the said vehicle accident.