Video captures 'flying' cars in China

 
Video captures 'flying' cars in China
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Video footage has emerged of three vehicles seemingly levitating on a busy Chinese street.

"Pedestrians in China were left puzzled when vehicles suddenly lifted off the road and flipped sideways."

The two vans and a car are travelling along a road in Xingtai in central China, Nine News reported, when suddenly the three cars are lifted up by an ''invincible'' force.

But after the video went viral, the Chinese authorities have explained the incident:

A loose wire was lying on the road and had been picked up by the powerful sweepers of the sweeper truck.

As the sweepers rotated, the wire, which was already dragged under the cars or driven over, was stretched.

It gave the illusion that the cars were "flying".

Then the wire snapped and the cars fell down.

But it looks cool though:



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