The 51-year-old woman came off the road near the municipality of Sarn on the afternoon of Wednesday April 10th.
After losing control of the car on the Ausser-Heinzenberg-Strasse in Sarn, the driver drove down an embankment for 150 metres. The car then flew for 20 metres before landing on its roof, according to a statement (DE) by police in the canton of Graubunden.
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Rescue and emergency services vehicles below the embankment at the scene of the accident. Photo: Graubunden cantonal police.
While the car was completely destroyed, the driver miraculously was not seriously injured. She was taken by helicopter to Graubunden Hospital in Chur after being rescued by a team of 15 emergency services personnel.
The exact cause of the accident is being investigated by the Graubunden cantonal police.
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