Two bicyclists in Russia are lucky to be alive after somehow emerging relatively unscathed from a truck collision.
Dash cam video posted on LiveLeak shows two cyclists riding alongside a road in Kirov Oblast, a region about 500 miles northeast of Moscow, when a truck appears to try to pass another vehicle right next to them.
However, when the truck switches into the left lane, it moves right into the oncoming path of another truck. The two vehicles collide, and the trailer of one truck is torn apart, sending a shower of sharp debris around the bicyclists.
Amazingly, none of the debris seems to hit either bicyclist.
The two riders hop off their bikes and begin walking through the debris field as the video ends.
It's unclear when the incident took place, and the authenticity of the video could not be independently verified, but the footage will surely prompt you to hit the replay button a few times.
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