This is the moment a Midland driver risked his life by trying to drive across a level crossing in front of an oncoming train.
Despite a red light showing at the crossing in Bucknall, near Shrewsbury, the driver decided to take a gamble and drive on.
But the Arriva locomotive smashed into the flimsy three-wheeled vehicle, pushing it aside like a child's toy. Amazingly, the driver walked away from his car uninjured.
The footage highlights the risks drivers continue to take to try and save a few minutes by driving over level crossings after the warning stop lights have started to flash.
Yesterday, Network Rail launched a new #3 million safety campaign at one of the region's most notorious crossing - and executives found a mother with two young children trying to push through the safety barrier because they were late for school.
At least four people a month risk their lives on level crossings across the country - and one person each month is killed.
Last year 13 people died and there were 229 near misses. Langley Green level crossing, on the Birmingham Snow Hill to Stourbridge Junction line, is one of the worst in the country for misuse.
The new TV, radio and newspapers campaign will target commuters and mothers on the school run.
The message of the campaign is that level cross-ings are safe if used correctly, but if you run the risk the cost can be fatal.
Network Rail is looking at converting half-barrier crossings by installing a radar system that detects obstacles on the tracks and automatically applies the train's brakes. Some of the country's most dangerous crossings will be replaced by prefabricated bridges.
John Armitt, Network Rail's chief executive, admitted there were likely to have been many more near-misses than the number reported. To tackle this, the company wants to install enforcement cameras at all level crossings subject to a high level of misuse.
Mr Armitt said: "Too many people die at level crossings every year - it is a senseless waste of life. Level crossings are safe if used correctly, but misuse them and your chance of surviving being hit by a train is virtually zero."