A motorist from Australia, fought a grim battle against an giftslange, while he drove on the main road Dawson about six hours north of the city of Brisbane.
Suddenly he saw giftslangen, who began to climb up his leg. The motorist, who police in Queensland only being mentioned by his first name, Jimmy, threw himself then in a life or death struggle with the snake.
But the great australian man got the dog killed the snake, both by means of a seat belt in the car as well as a knife.
It writes multiple media, including Metro, and the police in Queensland have also put the story out on their Facebook.
Jimmy threw the dead snake on the car let. Photo: the Police in Queensland.
After having killed the snake, threw Jimmy the on on the car let and drove 123 miles an hour to the nearest hospital. Jimmy was convinced that he had been bitten by the snake. He thought, therefore, that he had not a long time left of his life, if he is not lightning fast, got some serum against slangebiddet.
Police in Queensland did yesterday a video out on Facebook, where you can see the stops Jimmy in his car, because Jimmy is violating the speed limit on the road with a father at 123 kilometers per hour. Then called the police an ambulance, which came soon after. Ambulance-doctors found quickly that Jimmy had not been bitten by the poisonous snake. He had just gone into shock.
It was a very scary experience. I have never been so happy to see police emergency lights as they stopped me for driving to fast.
Jimmy had actually fought against an 'Eastern Brown Snake', which is one of the most poisonous snakes in the world. It is just the hose that is causing the most deaths due to snakebite in Australia.