Getting rear-ended is usually a minor annoyance in a car, but on a motorcycle it's a worst-case scenario. Still, it could have ended much worse for this Texas man nearly crushed between two cars on a Dallas freeway. Amazingly, he survived.

According to one report, 25-year-old Zacharie Perez suffered a ruptured spleen, torn muscles, a fractured rib and four fractured vertebrae and may need surgery to repair a hernia, after his Triumph Daytona 675 was rammed by a driver with no licence and no insurance. Apparently the driver behind him never even hit his brakes.

Ultimately, Perez was lucky; being tossed into the next lane, instead of getting fully sandwiched between the two cars, saved his life.