Adriana, 27, was left with a catastrophic car accident when her new BMW X5 lost control and hit a tree, knocking out a light pole.

The accident happened last month in the town of Tazreen in Saudi Arabia, where the car is based.

Adriana was in a car seat when she hit the tree, and the BMW’s driver, 29-year-old Mohammed Abdo, escaped with minor injuries.

Abdo told the BBC he had been driving around the country with his girlfriend when he lost control of his BMW X4 and hit the same tree.

He said: “I could see it coming but it didn’t hit the road.

The light was still on but I didn’t see anyone in the other lane.”

In the aftermath, he said he was trying to make the most of the time he had on his hands, so he got out and went to get his insurance cover.

“I didn’t know if I would have enough money to get it, but I had to do it,” he said.

I had to go to a taxi to get my insurance cover and then I went to the police and asked them to pay me the money because I wasn’t going to get insurance for the car.

“The Saudi Interior Ministry said it had opened an investigation into the accident, which it said occurred in the province of Jeddah.

According to its website, the province has one of the world’s highest rates of accidents involving vehicles.

Saudi Arabia has a long history of deadly car accidents.

In December, a Saudi man died after his BMW slammed into a tree and rolled onto a busy highway.

Last month, a motorist was killed when a car hit a car carrying members of the public near the Saudi city of Jiddah.

The driver of the car was not injured in the crash.

Earlier this month, the country was hit by yet another car accident, when a group of people tried to escape an accident on a busy road in the capital Riyadh.

Witnesses said the driver of a car drove over pedestrians and hit them in the head with his car.

There were no injuries.