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Man 26 miraculously survives being thrown from Ford Mustang moments before it hit tree and exploded


How did he survive THIS? Man, 26, escapes uninjured after being thrown from his Ford Mustang just before hitting a tree and exploding

  • Driver lost control of his powerful Ford Mustang car and hit a road sign
  • The car then slammed into a tree and exploded in a spectacular fireball
  • But unbelievably the driver was thrown out and escaped with minor injuries
  • Police Say He Was Lucky To Survive But Want To Ask Him About His Speed

A Melbourne driver miraculously escaped after being thrown from his powerful Ford Mustang when it slammed into a tree and exploded into a fireball.

The man, 26, from Point Cook, suffered only minor injuries in Sunday night’s spectacular crash on Geelong Road, near Footscray Cemetery in Yarraville.

But his 2018 black Mustang — which cost up to $130,000 — was left like a molten mass of twisted metal after it burst into flames and burned up in the shocking impact.

A V8 10-speed 336 kW Mustang accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h in just 4.3 seconds and has a limited top speed of 250 km/h.

A Melbourne driver has had a miraculous breakout after being thrown from his powerful Ford Mustang (pictured) when it crashed into a tree and then exploded into a fireball

Victoria Police are now investigating whether speed was a factor.

“The driver is lucky that he survived,” said a spokesman.

Just as the car passed the Footscray General Cemetery, the driver is believed to have lost control of the vehicle and hit a priority sign before crashing into a tree.

The male driver was thrown from the car and the Mustang caught fire.

“The 26-year-old man from Point Cook was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and will be spoken to by police later.”


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