An experimental flying car has crash landed in British Columbia, Canada. The pilot and passenger were taken to the hospital with only minor injuries. They have since been released.
To clarify the headline (as if it’s necessary), no, Canada hasn’t invented the flying car and kept it a secret from the rest of the world. It’s actually a dune buggy with a propeller on the back and a parasail attached to it. CBC News is reporting that the car, made by a Florida company, has crash landed near a school in Vernon, British Columbia. Fortunately nobody was badly injured during the test run. The pilot and the passenger suffered minor injuries and were taken to the hospital, and since then have been released.