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Video Shows Grandmother, Son Surviving Terrible Crash

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A grandmother and her 5-year-old grandson miraculously escaped serious injury after being run over by a car, and it's all caught on camera.

Security footage shows a Chevrolet sedan speeding out of control on Tuesday after colliding with another car at an intersection. The car flies toward Vilma Teodoro de Nascimento and her grandson as they're walking by.

The video then shows the pair being struck by the car with the little boy getting his head run over.

Both victims were immediately taken to the hospital. Fortunately, both suffered only minor injuries.

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