The mystery of why a woman flew out of a moving vehicle on Hwy. 401 is getting world-wide attention.
Caught on a dash cam video of another car, the shocking event happened at 5:30 p.m Tuesday on the highway’s express lanes at Black Creek Dr. Video shows a woman tumbling out of the front seat of a white SUV, almost doing a cartwheel and landing with enormous impact on the pavement.
But she manages to get up, gather her purse, jacket and another unknown belonging that fell out of the car with her and then walk off to the shoulder where she appears to be checking her chin for wounds.
At that point, it appears a man exits the vehicle from the open door of that same passenger side — pointing at the woman. He later pulls over, gets out of the driver’s side and then starts to run toward her.
“I pulled over and called the cops,” the person who recorded the incident on his dash cam told the Toronto Sun. “She got out of the car and started walking along the emergency lane away from the scene.”
He said the whole thing was surreal.
“Yeah it was a bit crazy. Could not believe something like that was happening. I was just glad she was OK and able to walk away from the incident and did not have any serious injuries.”
He said he originally “thought she was trying to grab something that had got stuck on the car’s windshield. But then it kept opening wider and I was not sure what she was up to so I just stopped in my lane and did not move forward.
“And then it appeared to me that she jumped out of the moving car,” he added. “Not sure what was going on, but once she jumped out, it appeared that she just did not want to be near that car.”
So what is this all about? A kidnapping? A human trafficking escape? A argument that went bad? The OPP is investigating and not saying much.
Sgt. Kerry Schmidt said solving the mystery of why this happened is something they are actively working on.
The motorist said he tried to talk to the young woman. “I asked her if she was OK, but she didn’t understand English and just kept walking.”
He believes she speaks Cantonese.
“The driver eventually sped away, leaving both the woman and stunned eyewitness behind,” the witness said. “She ended up walking about 100 metres from the scene, but I stuck around till the cops got her.”
Source:: Toronto Sun – Movies