WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A woman's car is wedged under a semi in a crash – and she doesn't get a scratch.
It happened Friday afternoon just after 2.
West Lafayette police say a woman was driving south on River Road when she blacked out at the intersection of River and State Street.
Police say her car entered northbound traffic and wedged itself underneath a semi truck's trailer.
The woman was conscious and perfectly fine after the crash, according to police on the scene.
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