What you see above is a BMW 1 Series coupe neatly implanted into the side of a factory in Banbury, England—and, no, this wasn’t captured during the filming of a movie stunt or something. I’m trying to decide if it was a crash or some kind of teleporter mishap.

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Officials from the Oxfordshire County Council Fire & Rescue said crews responded to a call at 11:50 a.m. local time Monday to reports of a car that had crashed through a wall in a Banbury factory. The fire & rescue department went on to say:

Three crews from #Banbury, #Deddington and #Oxford were faced with the unusual sight of half a white BMW protruding from a factory, opposite Morrison’s supermarket in the town centre.

Unusual indeed.

Mark Ames, of the Oxfordshire County Council Fire & Rescue Service, told the BBC in dramatic fashion that, upon arrival, his crew discovered a “powerful” BMW that was “embedded in the wall of the factory, and our immediate concerns were for the driver of the car and the workers inside the factory.”

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Luckily, everyone at the scene appeared to be OK. The driver was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to the BBC, while another person was treated at the scene.