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Man survives flying through windshield in violent crash at toll plaza

Man survives flying through windshield in violent crash at toll plaza


Unbelievable video released by Florida police this week shows a car violently crash into a turnpike toll plaza and eject a passenger through the windshield of the vehicle. Astoundingly, he wasn't seriously hurt.

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