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Driver Falls Asleep, Leaves I-25, Lands Atop Two Vehicles, Escapes Injury [PHOTOS]

A woman escaped injury after losing control of her car and landing atop two other vehicles.

According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, just after  12:00 a.m Sunday, the woman was southbound on I-25 in the Bar Nunn area, when she fell asleep at the wheel of her SUV.

Her car drifted left and when it went over the rumble strips, she woke up, over-corrected to the right, went off the highway, and eventually went airborne.

The car ended up crashing into a building and some junk cars at a business  along Salt Creek Highway.

The woman, who was not identified,  was not injured.  The Highway Patrol says charges are still pending.

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