It was a sickening head-on crash when a school bus driver braked for dear life when she saw a car coming right at her, the wrong way at 60 miles-an-hour!
In video of the incident, the screams of the 37 schoolchildren on board could be heard. Thank goodness none of them were seriously hurt.
Miraculously, the driver of the oncoming vehicle in Tulsa, Oklahoma, also survived.
Wrong-way drivers are a growing problem.
A dashcam video showed a police car deliberately ramming an oncoming vehicle to prevent a more serious accident on a highway in Tennessee last week.
More than a thousand people are killed in wrong way crashes every year.
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One car was caught on camera going the wrong way on a highway in Tampa last year. There was a tragic ending as the fiery crash killed five people.
Dashcam video showed what happened when a cop was heading to the location where a car driving the wrong way on a highway in Ohio.
In 2010, there was an 83-year-old woman at the wheel of a station wagon as she drove the wrong way on an interstate outside Philadelphia. Fortunately, no-one was hurt.
However, the driver of pickup truck was going the wrong way in California wasn't so lucky!
Some jurisdictions are putting up extra signs to warn drivers when they're on the wrong side of the highway.
Wrong way crashes are many times more likely to be fatal than other crashes and every one of them are preventable.
Triple A's safety expert Robert Sinclair told INSIDE EDITION, "You definitely don't want to have a head-on collision with someone driving the wrong way. You have to swerve radically to avoid them, that would be alright if you do strike another vehicle it is probably going to be a glancing blow, which is far better than hitting a vehicle head-on."