ATLANTA -

A woman in Georgia picked up an iPad the hard way.

While driving down a road last Friday, driver Alexa Crisa turned a corner and saw something fly at her car. At the time, Crisa didn't pay any attention to the object and continued driving.

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It wasn't until later that evening when Crisa's father noticed that the item that had bumped into her car was an iPad... and it was still lodged in the front bumper!

WSB-TV in Atlanta says that Nick Crisa had to use a hammer to dislodge the tablet from the car.

Amazingly enough, the iPad was still operational and Crisa used it to find the owner's name and telephone number and returned the piece of nifty technology.

According to WSB, the owner had accidently left the iPad on the top of his car when he drove off.