DUQUESNE, Pa. (WJW) — A car rested at what looks like a perfect 45-degree angle after a crash in Pennsylvania late Sunday morning.

Crews arrived at the scene at around 10 a.m. on Miller Avenue in the city of Duquesne to find the driver unharmed, according to a Facebook post from the West Mifflin #2 Volunteer Fire Company.

Officials say the vehicle had lost control and crashed into a guy-wire.

A tow company arrived around noon to begin removing the car. The scene was clear by 12:30 p.m.

(Credit: West Mifflin #2 Volunteer Fire Company via Facebook)

There is no word on any other injures.