Viral Video Shows Man Escaping Massive Mudslide by Racing His Car Down a Hill in California

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Viral Video Shows Man Escaping Massive Mudslide by Racing His Car Down a Hill in California

A terrifyingly shocking video which has gone viral on social media shows a Dallas man Desionne Franklin maneuvering his car down a steep, curved path as it is pursued by a deluge of muddy water.

California in the United States has seen massive mudslides recently which have devastated the region, uprooting trees, demolishing cars and vehicles and sweeping entire houses away. In this dangerous scenario, a man escaped a massive mudslide by racing his car down a hill and counts himself as extremely lucky that he could manage to escape it unhurt, unharmed and alive. A terrifyingly shocking video which has gone viral on social media shows a Dallas man Desionne Franklin maneuvering his car down a steep, curved path as it is pursued by a deluge of muddy water. The viral video was shot in Burbank. The sedan is seen almost floating on the water in the video.

The video was shared by Burbank Firefighters on Instagram and it is scary AF. The video shows the car sliding through the mudslide and trying to evade the dangers. The video has already gone viral and was viewed more than 70,000 times. As reported by the ABC News, Desionne Franklin, 44, was evacuating a friend’s home along with his girlfriend when he was caught between the runoff flowing down the hill. Check out the video below. Viral Video Shows Rare Phenomenon of Waves of Ice Crashing Against Dock in North Carolina

Burbank Firefighters’ video


Desionne Franklin shared a video of the car on his own Instagram page to show how the mud has almost reached the windows of the car. Boy Narrowly Escapes Sharks in Shallow Waters of Bahamas, Drone Video is Intense AF

Barely Made it out


As reported in the media, Desionne Franklin said, “My girlfriend was screaming at the top of her lungs: ‘Go, go, go! We’ve got to get out of here!” Fortunately they escaped the deluge unscathed and nobody got hurt.