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Elderly couple poses for pictures after car flips

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(Photo courtesy of RMG News) (Photo courtesy of RMG News)
CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

An elderly couple’s vehicle somehow flipped on its side last Friday in California, and to make the best of the situation, the couple posed for a few photos.

Benjamin Neufeld was able to climb out of the vehicle after the crash, but his wife Elizabeth, who was driving, was trapped.

Elizabeth even asked for her purse so that she could take a ‘selfie’ while still in the car.

Credit goes to RMG News.

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