This is the nerve-wracking moment a lumberjack is almost crushed when a tree falls the wrong way and crashes down onto a cabin roof.
Video creator Matt Charland, 36, captured footage of himself cutting down the tree in Quebec, Canada, next to his classic sugar shack used for tapping maple syrup.
Matt was a tree cutter on a daily basis. However, Matt said that this particular tree had an unusual angle and was quite tall.
Here’s the moment when a tree accidentally falls in the wrong direction and crashes into a Canada cabin roof.
Matt Charland (36), a video maker, captured the footage in Quebec near his sugar shack, which he used to tap maple syrup.
Matt is seen hammering the wedge using the back of an axe in order to cut the tree.
Matt and the cabin should now be free of the tree.
As the tree moves along the cuts, a man stands behind and shouts “Watch out!”
Matt flees from the fallen tree, before it falls towards the cabin. One man shouts ‘oh no!’ and shouts ‘the cabin.’
He walks alongside the trunk after the tree is down. The video clearly shows that the impact of the cabin has broken the tree in half.
Matt was an old tree cutter and said that this particular tree was very tall.
This then takes you to a different angle so that the whole height of your tree is visible as it falls.
MailOnline was told by Matt that only the knob on the door had been broken, which is quite a miracle.
“We shouted “the cabin, cabin” while the tree was being torn down. This was absurd, as the tree was already in the process of falling.
Matt said to MailOnline that only the knob on the door was damaged, which is quite a miracle.