A RUSSIAN biker has shown off her injuries after surviving a horrific 120mph crash caught on her helmet cam.
Footage shows the young woman, named as Angelina, appearing to enter a race with a car on a motorway near the coastal city of Sochi before losing control of her bike.
The handlebars of the bike, a 600-cc Kawasaki ZX-6R, can be seen beginning to wobble before it veers into another lane.
It then tips over and the woman bails off as the bike careers further down the road.
She then lies on the tarmac as other motorists approach to help.
“All my body hurts. Please, ambulance,” she tells them.
One person is heard saying: “Please, lie, do not move. She will survive. How are you?
“Calm down, breathe. Do not remove anything. Leave your helmet. Do not move, lie as you are.”
“I had a speed wobble, the bike was shaking,” Angelina says.
“We saw. Lie there, don’t move,” says one man.
‘VERY LUCKY TO BE ALIVE’
Angelina, in her early twenties, suffered scratches and bruises in the crash but – astonishingly – no fractures.
Describing the incident in a post to her 29,300 Instagram followers, she wrote: “I got into horrible crash.
“There were almost no chances to survive in this crash, but I was very lucky…
“No fractures, but all in lacerations…”
She said she had been “sewn up” and had not had to stay in hospital, though added: “[I] cannot move.”
She later posted footage showing her on her feet with dressings on her legs and rear.
She joked: “My bum is still there.”
She added: “The skin was grazed off.”
Reports said Angelina was driving 190km an hour (120 mph) at the time of the crash, while the speed limit was 90 km (55 mph).
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