Two teens involved in a car crash in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, uploaded a video of their crash on the social media platform TikTok. The video, which went viral, shows the car flipped onto one side and a busted windshield.

The video was uploaded earlier this year on Nov. 16 as the girls were seen lip-syncing to a song in the crashed car. Local reports suggested that the car had flipped twice before landing on the passenger side door with the driver’s side in the air. The shattered windshield of the car was visible in the video as the girls waited for the authorities to rescue them.

Sixteen-year-old Katie Cornetti and Marissa Bordas were taking a ride when the latter, who was driving, lost control of the vehicle around a turn causing the car to flip around and trap the girls inside.

When asked about the video, Cornetti said, “While we were sitting there... waiting for the police to come, for some reason in my mind I was like, I should make a TikTok, why not, I have nothing better to do. I picked the first song and made a random TikTok.”

The video received around 1.6 million views.

The girl said she made the video in an effort to “cope” with the stressful situation at the moment. She said, “That was the first thing that came to mind... to do that. It really was scary... but we decided let’s do this to get our mind off of it, and honestly it helped a lot.” The duo later made a video enacting their accident on TikTok a few days later.

After receiving backlash and negative feedback on the video, Cornetti said, “The comments are not really bothering me ‘cause who does make a TikTok after a car crash? We are perfectly fine, we got really lucky.”

Cornetti said social media helped them to “get out of the real world for a second and helped us calm down. I would have never said this before.” But for a bruised lip, both the teens escaped the accident unscathed.

She added, “Literally the week before I got into a small car accident (and) I was freaking out and crying—that was not the best way to cope with anything.” She also mentioned that her parents were not “really mad” and that they all took it as a joke.

Car Crash In this photo, an overturned car sits on a snow-covered highway near Milford, Delaware, Feb. 18, 2003. Photo: Getty Images/ Josh Coleman