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These Norwegian Teens Might Literally Be The Luckiest People In The World

NOVEMBER 13, 2015  —  By Tim Unkenholz  
Tim Unkenholz

Tim Unkenholz

Writer and stand up comedian in NY. Check out my monthly comedy show Roomie Raiders at the Creek and The Cave! @timunken

These kids from Norway clearly have Odin to thank for surviving one seriously horrible accident. When their car drove off the road and down a 131-foot cliff in Hommelvik, Norway, it was then promptly hit by a train and pushed into a fjord.

They somehow survived this Rube Goldberg machine of death, and their car was pulled from the water almost eight hours after it sank.

The two teens in this car lost control and drove over a cliff. Luckily, the two survived with only minor injuries...but they had no idea that the fun was just beginning.

After landing on some train tracks, the two narrowly escaped the car before a train came by and pushed it into a nearby fjord.

The car sank into the water, but using sonar technology, the fire department located the vehicle and pulled it back to the surface.

This might sound like the plot to a Final Destination movie, but I can assure you that this actually happened. These teenagers should probably take it easy when they hit the road again. Odin might not be so forgiving next time.