Several guardian angels were needed by a young driver on saturday morning, shortly after 6 a.M.30 o’clock, on the kreisstrabe between uttenreuth and marloffstein have had. The 18-year-old’s car started to swerve, presumably due to excessive speed. He then drove into the shoulder of the oncoming lane. In an attempt to move the vehicle back to the right lane, he hit a berm and the car was catapulted upwards. The car crashed into a massive oak tree at a considerable height, fell to the ground and came to rest on its roof. The vehicle on the roof immediately began to burn. Courageous residents and first responders put out the fire. The young man was trapped and had to be rescued from the wreckage by the surrounding fire departments. After consultation with the public prosecutor’s office, an expert was called in to clarify the cause of the accident. The young man was brought with the emergency doctor to the university hospital erlangen with suspected life-threatening injuries, but suffered only a brain shattering and bruises.