Woman blows through stop sign in fog, launches car onto 8th hole of Johnny Miller-designed golf course

Foggy conditions in the California Central Valley are common as air rises and cools between mountain ranges.

One woman got a recent reminder of why drivers should take it slow through such conditions when she launched her car 40 feet in the air after missing a stop sign north of Fresno.

Early on Tuesday morning, the woman accidentally wound up on the eighth hole of Eagle Springs Golf Club in the town of Friant.

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The woman was fortunate that the intersection was clear, no golfers were present on the course and she walked away with just minor injuries.

The course opened in 1990 and was designed by Johnny Miller, who was born and raised in San Francisco, just a few hours to the west.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek