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Updated: Sunday, September 1 2013, 02:17 PM EDT
Take a look at this video attached to the story.
It is from a heavy storm that hit in Taiwan Saturday.
The rain dislodged a rock perched at the top of a hill. It then caused a mudslide that knocked a car to the side just missing the massive boulder.
The giant rock eventually came to rest where the white car should have been.
The driver of the white car had minor injuries but it could have been much worse.