CHIPPEWA COUNTY, Wis. (CNN/WQOW) - A stretch of roadway in Wisconsin buckled during this weekend's extreme heat.
One woman stopped her car on an overpass to take photos of it and wait until you see what her smartphone actually captured.
An SUV went airborne when it hit the buckled road, going across the median into the oncoming lanes.
The camera moved because woman said she didn't know her phone was in video mode and was about to call 911.
Crews have repaired the road.
The people inside the SUV were taken to the hospital.
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