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PHOTO: Billboard fell on car in Almaty

06 may 2012, 10:55
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Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Крепление рекламного щита. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Крепление рекламного щита. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
A billboard fell down on a car at the cross of Kurmangazy street and Dostyk avenue in Almaty, Tengrinews.kz reports.

The large metal construction dropped on the Toyota Camry car hitting it so hard that the car roof dented inwards and stopped almost reaching the driver’s head.

The accident happened at about 10:00 p.m. Astana standard time. According to the police, a young woman was at the wheel, but she didn’t get hurt.

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