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Lucky or What? Living on the edge

by Dave Collins on February 4, 2013 · 2 comments

in Road Safety,Safety Photos,Safety Pictures



Lucky or What? Living on the edge

Many of you may have seen this a while ago but someone just sent it to me and I thought it was worth resurrecting. (I think this was originally published here: http://www.snopes.com/photos/accident/culvert.asp

LOOK CLOSELY AT THE FIRST TWO CRASH PHOTOS


(Don’t scroll down until you look at these two photos very closely..)

accident photo  safety pictures

Look closely at the first photo take your time…then scroll down

The first photo shows where the vehicle left the road and broke through the guard rail, to the right of the concrete culvert where the police officers are standing (travelling rom right to left).

The vehicle was reportedly traveling about 120kmh (around 75 mph) from right to left when it crashed through the guardrail. It somehow, bounced or flipped over the culvert and landed upright to the left side of the culvert, pointing in the opposite direction from which it came……

   

Apparently the  22-year-old driver and his 18-year-old suffered only minor injuries. 

Now look at the third picture below…

lucky escape

What can I say?



  • Rod Taylor

    Good behavioural traits displayed by the three guys standing between the vehicle and the edge of the cliff.

    • Riskex

      Um yeah i was thinking same! Makes me wonder if it is a fake???? Perhaps they are just stupid?

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