WATCH: Car Crashes into Gas Station and Narrowly Misses Woman

A woman miraculously escaped being seriously injured after a car smashed into a service station in Australia on Saturday. 

The car plowed through the front glass wall in Belfield as customer Catherine Crawford walked toward the counter. Seconds later, Crawford was thrown to the ground by the impact of the crash. 

Crawford returned to the service station on Monday where she was greeted by the station's co-owner, George Diab. 

"I thank the God many times that she's still ok, that she walked out safe," Diab said. 

Three people inside the vehicle were treated by paramedics and taken to a nearby hospital. Following the crash, the driver was reported missing. 

The cause of the wreck is unknown at this time. 

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