A tipster took this picture of a flipped car shortly after 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, on residential Green Street in Greenpoint. Miraculously, no one was seriously injured in the crash. The tipster, Heather, who asked that her last name not be used, said that she didn't see the crash, but from her understanding it just involved the one driver, and it occurred directly in front of a bus.

"How fast do you have to be driving on a residential street in order to flip your car like that?" she wondered in an email. She's not alone!

FDNY personnel responded to the scene, near the corner of McGuinness Boulevard, and transported the driver to Wycoff Heights Medical Center with a minor injury. A police spokesman said he had no record of a crash on Green Street at that time.

Heather said speeding is a problem in the area, more so on Manhattan Avenue, and particularly among bikers. There have been 37 collisions on this block of Green Street since August of 2012, according to city data.

Reporting by Nathan Tempey