A Toyota Supra caught in Joburg's floods is too much to handle

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<b> BAD DREAM: </b> A Toyota Supra owner watches his car engulfed by a flash flood in Johannesburg. <i> Image: Instagram </i>
<b> BAD DREAM: </b> A Toyota Supra owner watches his car engulfed by a flash flood in Johannesburg. <i> Image: Instagram </i>

Cape Town - Earlier in November 2016, parts of Johannesburg and Pretoria were hit by a fierce storms with many vehicles damaged due to severe flash floods. 

News24 reported  that several roads were flooded and flights were delayed at OR Tambo International Airport.

A boundary wall at the Johannesburg Zoo had also collapsed when the floods first struck. No people or animals were harmed. 

Nothing the owner could do

Hundreds of motorists were left stranded, however one video that speaks to all petrolheads is the sombre footage of a Toyota Supra submerged under a flooded bridge. 

The sad sight was filmed as the owners lept to the relative safety of another vehicle's roof. 

Watch the footage below: 

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