Car Comes to Screeching Halt on Landmark Newfoundland Cliff (Video)

I dunno, I think I’d get a bigger truck. #nltraffic #yyt @VOCMNEWS pic.twitter.com/sW6Axoq9jl

— Earl Noble (@Noble41) April 3, 2016

Newfoundland: it’s where to visit when you want to meet locals who seemingly speak unintelligible English. It’s also a place where you can park a car halfway down the side of a landmark cliff.

One woman was sent to hospital in serious condition in the yet-unexplained incident that’s left a car dangling half way down the face of Signal Hill and tow-truck operators are currently trying to recover the mangled wreckage.

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