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Dramatic Footage Of Car Hitting Bridge

A teenager is fighting for his life in hospital after his car flew into the air and hit a bridge after crashing into a central reservation at more than 100mph.

Brennan Eden’s Pontiac Firebird was smashed into three pieces and left in a mound of smoking metal after the crash on Interstate 675 in Greene County, Ohio.

Dramatic video footage showed the 19-year-old racing past a police car and then losing control of his vehicle on a grass verge before ploughing straight into a central reservation.

The American car then sails through the air and smashes into the side of a concrete pillar on a motorway bridge.

The youngster was thrown from the car during the impact and police said it was a miracle he survived.

Onlooker Mike Riley told WDTN.com: “It’s something you see on TV, but to see it in real life – it’s something you never want to see again.

 Car broke into three on impact

“He went down into the median, into the grass, hit the guard-rail, went airborne and the car hit the centre post of the bridge and literally exploded into three main pieces.”

Witnesses said the Firebird was passing cars at more than 100mph moments before the incident.

Police said Brennan, from Mason, Ohio, was conscious after the crash and was flown to Miami Valley Hospital.

“He is very lucky to still be alive at this point,” said Ohio State Highway Patrol Lieutenant Marty Fellure at the scene.

“You can see behind me the impact he took and where he got ejected and landed, he’s a very fortunate man right now.”

The footage was captured on the police car’s camera.

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Is The Stig Ben Collins – The Stig Unmasked !

Speculation about his identity has ranged from former Formula one champion Michael Schumacher to Mr Bean creator Rowan Atkinson.

But the seven-year mystery surrounding top Gear’s masked test driver the Stig appears finally to be over.

Financial documents have been unearthed which 35-year-old racing driver and stuntman Ben Collins to the secret role.

The Stig’s unmasking comes after the Daily Mail last week revealed how he was locked in a legal battle with the BBC over plans to reveal his identity in his autobiography.

Lawyers warned that secrecy was essential to his role in the BBC2 programme.

The clue to his identity emerges in the accounts of his company, Collins Autosport.

It recorded a ‘cornerstone year’ in December 2003, a month after the white-clad Stig’s first appearance on TV.

This was partly down to ‘driving services provided for the BBC, mainly in the Top Gear programme’, the accounts said.

Directors noted the work offered ‘good long-term prospects for continuing income,’ the Sunday Times reported.

Collins, who has doubled for Daniel Craig for stunts in a James Bond film, was named as a possible Stig after a builder claimed to have seen the distinctive white outfit at the driver’s Bristol home.

But he has always refused to answer questions on the subject. Asked about it at the weekend, he said he was on his way to Hungary before adding: ‘I can’t speak to you. I’m going into a tunnel.’

Until now only a handful of BBC executives and the programme’s presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May knew the identity of the Stig.

In June last year the seven-times Formula 1 champion driver Michael Schumacher dressed as the Stig and removed his helmet on the programme

The BBC refused to confirm or deny if Schumacher really was the mystery driver, but the scene was widely regarded as a hoax.

A BBC spokesman said: ‘It’s no surprise that Ben Collins’s company accounts show that he was driving for Top Gear as he has appeared on the programme as himself, for exam-example in the Mitsubishi evo challenge.

‘Ben supplies his services as a driver himself and his company also supplies other drivers.

‘There is nothing to be read into these company documents’

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