Watch Blondey McCoy Walk Away From a Freakish Car Accident

Part of “Palasonic.”

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Hot on the heels of MWADLAND’s skate park opening and celebrating its “Palasonic” premier, Palace’s very own Blondey McCoy recently hit up Instagram to share a video of him struck by an unsuspecting car, while cruising the streets of London. Seemingly popping out of nowhere, the car catches Blondey completely off guard, sending him airborne in a somersault flipping-type of motion.

Unfazed and unharmed, Blondey can be seen walking away from the accident, while shocked onlookers stare on in bewilderment. Part of the “Palasonic” video, the full-length visuals will be dropping soon. Check out the snippet below and have a look for yourself.

In other skateboarding news, Nike SB highlights Lacey Baker in new profile video.

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