Man Survives After Flying Out of Sunroof in Dra...
This is the death-defying moment a lucky passenger escaped unharmed after his girlfriend rolled her car through a garden wall and sent him flying out of the sunroof.
Incredibly, despite being flung six feet from the vehicle and landing face-down on the front lawn of a West Midlands home, he walked away completely unscathed.
Seconds before the terrifying crash, the couple, both in their 30s, were seen having a blazing argument.
But after beating the odds to survive ploughing through a wall, the shaken pair were united as they hugged with relief.
Heart-stopping footage shows the driver rolling the Peugeot 406 on to a lawn in front of a home in Dudley, West Midlands, at 10.40pm on Sunday.
Her boyfriend, wearing a white T-shirt and cut off jeans, tumbles head-over-heels out of window on to the ground, inches from the car.
But he can then be seen casually dusting himself down before going to check up on his girlfriend, who was also unhurt.
The crash was captured on home-security cameras installed outside 75-year-old Howard Hamilton's home.
Mr Hamilton, a former brewery driver, said: 'I was just dropping off to sleep at about 10.30pm when I heard this almighty bang.
'Me and my wife Margaret looked out of the bedroom window to see this car lying in our front garden.
A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance, said: 'We were called to reports that a car had overturned at 10.32pm on Sunday evening. An ambulance, a rapid response team and a paramedic were in attendance.
'One patient was taken to hospital, the other was not. Both of them received minor injuries.'