A SHOCKING video shows the moment a driver hits the ramp of a stationary tow truck before flying 120 feet through the air and colliding with another car.
Police bodycam recorded the plane crash while police visited the site of a previous incident on the street.
Video shows a gray car driving at full speed down one of the lanes of Highway 84 in Georgia, USA.
Then it climbs onto the back of the truck, whirls through the air and seconds later lands in a car in front of it.
The deputy sprints to help the driver, who survived the accident but was taken to South Georgia Medical Center near Valdosta.
As the officer rushed to the rescue, debris could be seen strewn across the road and grass.
The clip is cut off as the driver approaches the car, showing the extent of the damage to the front of the vehicle that was run over.
The Georgia State Patrol confirmed that a 21-year-old woman from Tallahassee was seriously injured in the plane crash that reportedly happened just before 11:30 a.m. last Wednesday.
On the same day, ABC11 reported that officers attempted to question the woman about the cause of the clash, but her injuries reportedly prevented her from speaking.
An officer was also hospitalized after being hit by flying debris.
No other injuries were reported.
It is unclear whether the driver would be charged in connection with the accident, nor what caused the accident across the road.
Georgia State Patrol lieutenant Crystal Zion told ABC News that the crash underscored the importance of Georgia’s Move Over Law.
When an emergency vehicle is parked at the curb, drivers must drive across a lane whenever possible.
“It eliminates the distractions of fast driving, phones or other people in the car,” he said.
“Basically you know: if you see the lights slowing down, walk over.”
When traffic is too heavy to do so safely, motorists are expected to instead obey the speed limit and be prepared to stop.
The Move Over Law is currently in use in 30 US states, with fines ranging up to several thousand dollars. In Georgia, motorists can be fined $500.