California driver escapes death after roof gets torn off by big rig in crash, poses for pic

A driver in California was all smiles after walking away unscathed from a potentially deadly crash that ripped the roof off their vehicle.

The Sacramento Fire Department said on Twitter the driver's car came in contact with a semi-truck trailer on Saturday and was pulled underneath.

HELICOPTER PILOT KILLED IN NEW YORK CITY CRASH IS FORMER VOLUNTEER FIRE CHIEF, DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAY

The car was then pulled out through to the other side of the truck.

The roof of the vehicle was torn off in the crash, but the driver was able to walk away without any injuries.

In a photo posted by the fire department, the driver can be seen grinning and giving a thumbs-up next to the mangled red car that is now flattened.

"We advised this lucky driver to go buy some lottery tickets," Sacramento Fire said.

HELICOPTER CRASH ON HIGH-RISE BUILDING IN NEW YORK CITY LEAVES AT LEAST 1 DEAD, OFFICIALS SAY

The driver was heading south on Interstate 5 at the time near Arena Boulevard when the crash took place, KCRA reported.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP

Officials did not release how the two vehicles came into contact.