Somewhere in Michigan

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+32 1. saywhat13 commented 4 years ago

look at the speed these doughnuts are driving at... (i)
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-2 2. bzzt commented 4 years ago

Cars. The safest means to travel.
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-7 3. krazeeeyez commented 4 years ago

Must be a Russian circus convoy :x
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+31 4. stedav commented 4 years ago

Potentially deadly accident happening in front of me? Shall I:

a) Start to help injured?
b) Move down the carriageway and try to flag down the oncoming traffic?
c) Stand like a retard and film the carnage on my phone as the incident unfolds hopefully receiving numerous "likes" on my Facebook page or a payout from a local news company?

I genuinely worry for the people of this world nowadays.
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+8 5. Glubok commented 4 years ago

Tetris used to be funnier
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+14 6. LightAng3l commented 4 years ago

#4 Not everyone is a hero. He decided to not risk his life and you can't blame him.

a) You can get killed yourself for nothing
b) If you flag down traffic up the road, you just create another collision pile in another location, genius
c) At least he filmed it, he could have not..... or worst, it could be a vertical video.
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+3 7. MindTrick commented 4 years ago

Snowhere in michigan :P But yea, insane speeds for those conditions, looks like some mythbusters experiment gone wrong...
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+3 8. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#4 and #6 Actually you both make important points.
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+6 9. mwak commented 4 years ago

#4 ; like in any emergency the rules are :
1) Proctect : yourself, the persons involved and the scene to prevent over-accidient. Always wear a flash jacket (with reflecting bands) when going in the traffic, do NOT stay near/in the cars. Stay at least at 50m from the crash and 5m from the side of the road.
2) Alert : call for emergencies / support (localisation, number of persons involved and their status) think before you speak in order to be more efficient, do not make long sentences.
3) Rescue : If you know how to do it without putting someone else in danger. Else prevent aggravation of the scene. Do not try to heal/move somone unless you're sure on how to do it.
If the person is bleeding, apply pressure on the wound. Keep them conscious by asking them simple questions like their name, pet name, where they live. Remove their belt/bra or anything that could act as pressure on the lungs. Do never let them fall asleep. check their paper and see if you find some medical history pills or anything they could have taken or be allergic too.

Respect those rules P-A-R in order and that's the best you can do.
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0 10. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#9 I like this, mwak, thank you!...Are you a first responder?
(Hope I won't be accused of being sexist again for that question :P)
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+3 11. mwak commented 4 years ago

#10 No I used to be a voluntary "fireman" on traffic accidents some years ago :)
Don't worry i'm not the kind to take sexist jokes ahah. I grew in the 80's when we could tell what we wanted without everyone being annoyed of someone opinion because it doesn't feet theirs. :D
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0 12. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#11That's awesome..I'm sure you saw all kinds of challenging accidents, like the one in the video, especially if it requires the fire department to be there and the difficult part never knowing exactly what awaits you at the scene...Respect for all first responders! :)
Yeah, and I grew up even longer ago in the sixties and early seventies when it was also like you described, down to earth politeness was common, but constantly feeling offended over every opinion, unless is was meant maliciously, was not part of life then...
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+1 13. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

I hope the driver @ 0:09 got out before that truck @ 0:31 hit! :(
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0 14. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

The whole scene does not look good at all :(
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0 16. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

:'( :'(....
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+1 17. badasspuppy commented 4 years ago

My nuts crawled so way up... ouch!
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0 18. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#17 How far? >:)
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0 19. Scotsman50 commented 2 years ago

#9 There is not always time for the rules, I witnessed an accident where a car ploughed into a works van and the driver about 22 was trapped, his foot was broken and stuck under the pedals, his brother was in shock and like a headless chicken, doors jammed, no fire extinguishers around and flames starting under the hood. I managed to smash the door glass and get him to hold on round my neck while another man managed to get his foot untangled then pulled him out the window screaming. It was either that or leave him to burn to death. Thankfully he made it ok and it took about a further 8 minutes for emergency services to get on scene as it was out in the country.