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Still working out the kinks with the $94,000 vehicle.
A flying car crashed near an elementary school in Vernon, British Columbia on Friday, according to a report from CBCNews. The car, which is kept aloft by a parasail and driven forward by a rear propeller, hit a fence and then a tree. Both the pilot and passenger were injured.
The experimental car is named Maverick, and CBC calls it “the fifth-ever flying car” in Canada. The Transportation Safety Board confirmed the crash, calling the vehicle an “I-Tech Maverick SP Powered Parachute.”
The pilot and passenger had to be pulled out of the tree and taken to a hospital where they were treated and released.
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
Dammit Ron Weasley!!
...Sorry. You had to know it was coming.
That looks more like a fancy parachute to me than an actual flying car.