British tank crushes woman learner driver's car
A German teenager drove her car into the path of an oncoming convoy of tanks.
The driver of the lead tank, a 24-year-old British serviceman, was unable to stop the 62-tonne vehicle.
He did, however, manage to turn the tank so that it crushed the bonnet instead of the 18-year-old learner driver.
No one was injured in the incident, which took place on a road in the small German town of Augustdorf.
The name of the road is Panzerringstrasse, which translates to Tank Ring Road. It is often used by military vehicles.
The damage to the car is estimated to be around €12,000 (S$18,000).
The tank driver is not being blamed for the accident.
A police spokesman said: "The soldier had no chance to slow down."