A terrifying video shows students in New Mexico being flung across their school bus in a collision with a street-racing driver going more than 110 mph.
Police in Albuquerque released video this week of 23 middle-school students chatting peacefully inside the bus — until some of them start screaming as a white Ford Mustang races directly at them.
All of the children in view are then flung into the air and viciously tossed across the bus as it flips over on its side.
According to the police report, the crash on February 23 mangled the Mustang, which was briefly on fire.
According to the report, Mustang driver Mario Perez, 49, did admit to the bus driver that he was going at least 80 mph when he collided with the bus.
According to police, the school bus driver was only going 9 mph when he was hit.
According to KOB-TV, Perez was also injured and appeared in court earlier in the month in a wheelchair with both legs braced.
He is still being held after being charged with two counts of great bodily harm by vehicle, a third-degree felony, according to police.