A motorcyclist was lucky to escape without being badly hurt when a speeding car flew into him from behind on a motorway slip road.
The front of the car and the back of the bike lifted into the air with the force of the collision at the city of Trabzon in north-eastern Turkey's Trabzon Province.
The shocking incident was caught on CCTV cameras at a filling station next to the scene of the accident in the Pelitli quarter of the city.
Incredibly, the motorcyclist managed to stay on his bike and pull up by the roadside before walking back towards the car.
The biker, named only as F.T., an architecture student at Karadeniz Technical University, had just left the motorway on the slip road towards the local airport.
Suddenly, the car, driving too fast, followed it onto the slip road from the Black Sea Coast Road and was unable to stop in time before running into the back of the motorbike.
The car driver and his two passengers are seen in the video footage getting out of the car and walking towards the motorcyclist. It is not believed anyone was badly hurt.
However, the driver of the car, whose name has not been released, had to call a tow truck as his vehicle was damaged in the collision.
Trabzon, on Turkey's Black Sea coast, was a melting pot of religions, languages and cultures for centuries because of its position on the historic Silk Road.