A furious elephant charged at a pick-up truck and CRUSHED its bonnet as it pushed it backwards down a dirt track - yet the cool-headed driver barely bats an eye despite 'fearing for his life'.
Fuel supply driver Norman Nukeri was travelling to a client's lodge in Hoedspruit, South Africa, on Tuesday when he was forced to stop his vehicle as a family of wild African elephants crossed the dirt track ahead.
However, the 47-year-old was left fearing for his life when the incredible sight turned dangerous as another giant mammal appeared from behind the bushes to give a 'one in a million' fright.
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