OSLO, Norway (The Blaze/AP) — Amazingly, the drivers of two trucks that fell 60 meters (200 feet) down a snow-covered cliff in central Norway came out of the situation alive.

Video footage shows the driver of a tow truck just barely getting out of his cab before it was pulled down the cliff by the other truck it was trying to rescue. Police say a Lithuanian truck driver suck inside the secondary truck suffered broken bones but survived after his vehicle tumbled.

Two Trucks Fall Down Snow Covered Norway Cliff | Both Drivers Alive

Two Trucks Fall Down Snow Covered Norway Cliff | Both Drivers Alive

Two Trucks Fall Down Snow Covered Norway Cliff | Both Drivers Alive

Two Trucks Fall Down Snow Covered Norway Cliff | Both Drivers Alive

Police spokesman Geir Riise said Monday the truck didn’t have the right tires and was being towed up a serpentine mountain road in Leirfjord, some 700 kilometers (435 miles) north of Oslo, when it slid to the side and tipped over the guard rail.

Watch the footage:

A video shot from another car showed the trailer rolling down the side of the cliff Sunday, pulling along the rescue vehicle. Here’s the whole of that footage:

The tow truck driver jumped out just in time but the Lithuanian driver went down with the larger truck. He was taken to a hospital which said he had several bone fractures but is in stable condition.