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Send warning: Beware of flying turtles on the highway

A woman got something of a fright, as she drove on the highway in Georgia. Latonya Lark and her brother, Kevin, Grant drove on the freeway, when she out of the corner of his eye discovered the object, which she thought was a brick come flying toward her car.

Murstenen was on the road at high speed directly toward the windshield and hit right out of Kevin Grant's face. When the object hit the car, tried the two that the screens themselves for chipping from the car window, who went to itu. The object went through the window, and got stuck, which was incredibly lucky for Kevin, since he otherwise would have gotten it in the head.

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Latonya drove off into the hard shoulder and stopped the car to look at the damage. It was only there, she discovered that it was not a brick that had smashed her windshield.

It turned out to be nothing other than a turtle, which is on the odd show had flown in through the window.

It turned out to be something more special than a brick, which destroyed the windshield of the car. Private

The surprised motorist made a posting on Facebook of the unexpected accident to warn other drivers in the area about the flying turtles.

In the advertisement, she writes among other things: 'My main concern is that hr. Turtle got the blame for this mishap, but he is not insured. He was escorted to a Wildlife reserve, and I'm hanging on the bill.'

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'So be aware of flying turtles in Savannah. My brother almost lost his head. In addition to my heart rate rose to above the roof, so I have fine, but is frightened.'

According to the AJC survived the turtle, the terrible accident, but lost his leg.

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