Woman Survives 7-Story Plunge From Parking Garage In BMW

VIDEO: BMW plunges 7 floors from downtown parking garage

Caught On Camera: Car Falls From Parking Garage, Barely Misses 2nd Car

Dramatic CCTV footage has been released of a woman's auto plunging seven stories off the side of a parking garage.

The dramatic scene was captured on video released Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, by Austin police.

The video shows the BMW crash front-first into the pavement, before bouncing off the back of a Chevrolet Tahoe owned by William Burch.

A screen grab from security camera footage shows the moment a BMW auto slams into the ground just missing an SUV after falling seven floors from a parking garage.

The woman in the BMW was hospitalized, but police expect her to be okay.

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In September 2016, that same garage was cited by Austin officials over unsafe barrier cable systems. She suffered serious injuries.

Burch, who had his window down, had just pulled a U-turn at the entrance of Littlefield Garage July 13 and was driving away when he suddenly heard a noise and braked, he told KXAN.

'So I just immediately just put it in drive and started driving forward and as I started driving forward, the vehicle landed on me'.

Bizarrely, this is the second time in less than a year that a vehicle has fallen off the edge of the same parking garage. Bystanders reportedly helped the driver until paramedics arrived. The garage is now looking at redesigning its entire cable system.

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