A young man driving to ultimate frisbee practice in Wisconsin was caught on camera singing right before he crashed and overturned his vehicle.
“I travel the 3-4 hours by myself every time and use singing as a way to pass time, and critique it later,” Travis Carpenter explained on the YouTube page. “At this point I was practicing a nasal type voice on a Casting Crowns song when the crash happened. I was watching the road and saw nothing that caused me to worry.”
Carpenter uses a dashcam to help perfect his vocal hobby.
He says he was driving the speed limit of 70 mph, despite the heavy rain. (RELATED: Driver, Deer Get Into A Brawl After Car Crash [VIDEO])
The frisbee and singing enthusiast belts out a couple of choice lines before turning his head to the left in genuine fear. “And now my life,” Carpenter chants right before the crash.
Carpenter’s car apparently hydroplaned and slid sideways before he went off the road and rolled down a hill. Aside from the fear-filled yelp, Carpenter remained rather calm following the whole ordeal. (RELATED: Driver Playing Pokemon Go Crashes Into Police Cruiser [VIDEO])
“Here are two of the most amazing parts: I sustained NO injuries. Not even a scratch. And my car took NO mechanical damage and is completely driveable. Only body damage,” Carpenter said.
Another amazing part: His spectacles stayed on his head the whole time.
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