THIS is the horrifying moment a woman was almost crushed to death when a huge boulder smashed through her home.
Shocking footage shows the massive 5ft wide rock leaving a trail of destruction as it barrelled through the newly-built house in Honolulu, Hawaii.
4Caroline Sasaki was walking through her home when a boulder smashed through the wallCredit: KHON2 via maxrrrod/Twitter4Dramatic footage shows the massive rock leaving a trail of destructionCredit: KHON2 via maxrrrod/Twitter4Caroline narrowly avoided being crushedCredit: KHON2 via maxrrrod/TwitterCaroline Sasaki and her family had only been living in their new home for a week when the boulder came crashing in at around midnight on Saturday.
A security camera from inside the home captured the moment Caroline narrowly avoided being hit.
The clip shows the 65-year-old walking through her home when suddenly the boulder smashes through a wall at speed – only just missing her.
She told KITV 4: “I haven’t watched the video, but they said if I took one more step, I probably wouldn’t be here.
“All I heard was the boom when the glass cracked from the sliding door, so I backed up and I guess it passed right through me.”
The colossal boulder ripped through the house’s cinderblock wall, living room and another wall before stopping in a bedroom, reports Hawaii News Now.
Although major damage was done to the house and a car was struck, no one was hurt.
Viewers were left stunned by the dramatic footage.
One person tweeted: “What in the Indiana Jones is going on here.”
Another user said: “Wow! They were so so lucky that no one was killed.”
Caroline believes excavation work at a nearby development may have caused the hurtling boulder to fly through her home.
She told KHON 2: “We lived in this same location.
“We just knocked down the old house and rebuilt it; and it’s never happened before, heavy rain and hurricane warnings nothing. So, no rocks ever came down.
“We’ve had some issues with them carving the mountain, and I don’t know if that’s the cause.”
But development owner Bingning Li has insisted the project is not to blame.
They said: “Not at all, this is from way above, I looked at one of those rocks about 50 feet away from on top of the property and landed over there and then made its way down here.
“So it hit one of the cables that was supposed to stop it and the cable snapped.
“That took a lot of energy away otherwise this damage would be way more.”
4Caroline’s family – who had only moved into the house a week ago – were left looking shockedCredit: KHON2 via maxrrrod/Twitter
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