This truck stayed on the edge of a cliff for 3 days!


Some roads are more dangerous than others… This truck paid the price when it got stuck on the edge of a void on a mountainous road in the Shanxi region of China.

The Old Yungas in Bolivia, Trollstigen in Norway, Karnali in Nepal or Skippers Canyon in New Zealand. Some roads of the world are reputed in spite of themselves to be the most dangerous to borrow. Hilly, narrow, in chicane, hairpin, on the edge of the void or in the middle of the desert, they are strongly discouraged for automobile traffic.

But what do you want. Sometimes these roads are sometimes the unique crossing points connecting one place to another, forcing some drivers to borrow them despite the many risks that they present …

Missed turn

Recently on the other side of the globe, in China, another road is illustrated for its dangerousness. One truck got stuck there for nearly three days, the front tires in a vacuum, and the chassis at the edge of the abyss

Located in the Shanxi mountain region, this winding road winds between mountains and precipices. Getting around there is already a miracle… This transporter was traveling on board his truck Dongfeng when he has some lost control when entering a turn. This hit the concrete guardrail and his vehicle ended up 2 front wheels in a vacuum, unable to move, and rocking dangerously towards the precipice.

Perilous rescue

Evacuated without harm, luckily the driver escaped unscathed. But the position his truck found itself in was anything but comfortable.

Using construction machinery, the rescuers started a long and perilous rescue of the vehicle, fully loaded and several tons heavy … The circulation was of course interrupted the time to realize the maneuver, which took almost three days !

In video relayed by a regional media, the truck appears (before its extraction) in equilibrium in the void. Images that are cold in the spine, but a story that fortunately ends very well!

Discover this incredible balancing act here:

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