Last week, a parking garage in Atlanta partially collapsed, destroying nearly 40 of the 1600 cars parked in the garage. One of these cars belonged to Sarah Maglione, a mom from Atlanta. Her SUV was parked on the second level of the garage, with her Radian 65 car seat installed in the back passenger seat.
When they pulled her car out of the rubble, it was flat as a pancake, except for the rear seat section on the passenger side. The steel alloy frame of the Radian car seat was so strong, it upheld that part of the car even as tons of concrete and other vehicles tumbled down on top of it. “That thing did not bend an inch,” Maglione said.
We knew the Radian frame was strong, but this is pretty incredible. Miraculously, no one was injured in the collapse. Check out the picture below.