Terrifying moment Tour de Yorkshire volunteer dodges out of control car by inches

THIS is the terrifying moment a Tour de Yorkshire volunteer is nearly ploughed into by an out-of-control car.

A Workforce Astana car smashed by way of a visitors island at excessive velocity and missed Philip Sullivan, wearing a hello-vis jacket and waving a luminous flag, by inches on the fourth and remaining day of the occasion.

 A Tour de Yorkshire volunteer narrowly dodges an out of control car

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A Tour de Yorkshire volunteer narrowly dodges an out of control car

Footage exhibits the main group of cyclists race spherical a bend as they journey in the direction of the end line in Leeds.

A quantity of automobiles comply with and swerve the volunteer however one car, carrying a full bike rack, veers into the island and crashes by means of the signposts.

Sullivan manages to dive out of the best way on the final moment, but when it weren’t for his fast reflexes he would certainly have suffered critical accidents.

The race marshal stated he was "shaken however unharmed" and nervous concerning the driver of the car.

 Philip Sullivan stands in a hi-vis jacket and waves an luminous flag during the Tour de Yorkshire

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Philip Sullivan stands in a hello-vis jacket and waves an luminous flag in the course of the Tour de Yorkshire
 Philip Sullivan waves his luminous flag while stood on a traffic island to help steer cyclists

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Philip Sullivan waves his luminous flag whereas stood on a visitors island to assist steer cyclists
 An out of control Team Astana car veers towards the traffic island

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An out of control Group Astana car veers in the direction of the visitors island
 The Team Astana car smashes through the traffic island and both signposts

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The Group Astana car smashes by way of the visitors island and each signposts
 Team Astana have issued an apology to Philip Sullivan after almost crashing into him

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Workforce Astana have issued an apology to Philip Sullivan after virtually crashing into him

Group Astana claimed they have been making an attempt to get in contact with Sullivan to apologise.

A press release learn: "The game director that was driving the car contacted the race organiser immediately after the race to ship our apologies.

"We're sorry and need this to by no means occur once more."

A report 2.6million followers watched the Tour de Yorkshire – which stretches 117.7 miles – over 4 days.

The Tour de Yorkshire started in Might 2015 and was watched by 9.7million viewers worldwide this yr.

Norway's Lars Petter Nordhaug gained the inaugural race whereas Serge Pauwels of Belgium was final yr's winner.

THIS is the terrifying moment a Tour de Yorkshire volunteer is nearly ploughed into by an out-of-control car.