Mother and two children crushed inside their car teeter on edge of 100ft-high bridge after crash

A mother and her two daughters have been rescued from their BMW, which was teetering perilously on a California freeway bridge after a gravel truck rear-ended their car and plunged into a creek.

The truck of Charles Allison Jr., 48, hit the back of the BMW Thursday afternoon as she was travelling north on Highway 101 in southern California, causing the BMW to strike the bridge railing.

There, Kelli Lynne Groves, a 36-year-old mother of two, and her two young children- Sage, 10, and Milo, ten-weeks old- dangled over the bridge awaiting rescue.
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