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FORT LAUDERDALE

Driver performs unintentional stunt

 

ptaylor@MiamiHerald.com

An unidentified driver managed to perform an unintentional stunt at a shopping mall's alley on Friday night, in Fort Lauderdale.

Fort Lauderdale rescue and police surrounded the bizarre scene: A car facing up while balancing on a support wire for a utility pole. The driver managed to exit the car. No one was hurt.

The driver failed to see the support wire for the utility pole, while making a sharp turn at a dark shopping mall's alley near 17th st. Causeway and Cordova Road. The car was stuck behind the Winn Dixie.

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