It’s the crash prince of Bel Air! Octogenarian and his wife of 60 years flip over their car in wealthy LA enclave and POSE up for photos
- The couple’s blue Honda sedan with California plates flipped over on its side in Bel Air Friday
- The wife trapped in driver’s seat asked husband for her cell phone so she could take a selfie
After 60 years of marriage, nothing could rattle a pair of octogenarians – not even a car crash.
So when the couple emerged unscathed from the rollover in Bel Air, California, they did the only logical thing, grabbing their cell phones to pose for selifes with the wreckage.
The incident took place late Friday afternoon on Linda Flora Drive in the wealthy Los Angeles neighborhood made famous in the 90s by a sitcom starring Will Smith.
Ready for their closeup: A couple who have been married for 60 years overturned their car in Bel Air Friday, but were completely unfazed by the crash
Queen of selfies: The famale driver found herself trapped inside the overturned car, but instead of panicking she asked her husband for her cell phone so she could take a selfie
Upside down: Neighbors and witnesses rushed to the duo’s help after their blue Honda sedan came to rest on its side on the tree-lined Linda Flora Drive in Bel Air
The married couple were driving their electric-blue Honda sedan with California license plates when the vehicle flipped over, landing on its left side on a tree-lined street.
No one was injured, but the female driver found herself trapped inside while her husband was able to climb out of the passenger’s seat.
As they waited for help to arrive, the husband sporting a pair of grey trousers hiked up to his chest happily posed for photos outside the overturned car with his wife still stranded inside.
As neighbors and passersby rushed to lend the couple a hand, the elderly woman in the car asked her husband for her purse so that she too could snap a selfie with her phone.
Say ‘Cheese’!: Passerby Ryan Steinberg also got in on the fun, merrily posing in front of the couple’s car
Rescuers: Officials from the LA Fire Department eventually extracted the wife from the flipped over car
Eyewitness Ryan Steinberg, who happened to be in the area, also posed for a photo depicting him with a wide grin against the backdrop of the blue Honda perched on its side.
The Los Angeles Fire Department eventually arrived on the scene and extracted the driver from the overturned vehicle.
Both husband and wife were said to be in good spirits. Their names have not been released to the public.