Final Destination in real life

The driver is save but it was so close!!!!

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+45 1. Dubsteppah commented 9 years ago

That is fully terrifying
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+47 2. Awax commented 9 years ago

interesting driver didn't make any sound... not even "ahh" or "wooow" or something like that :D
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+58 3. stonedecroze commented 9 years ago

#2 nor even a sound like shitting his pants.
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+27 4. peeps commented 9 years ago

#2 "Take my breathe awaaaaaaaaaaaayy..."
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+21 5. Slap_chop_ninja commented 9 years ago

That definitely calls for a change of underwear.
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+42 6. s1lent commented 9 years ago

#2 In reality when in full shock/survival mode your body doesn't make useless things like wasting oxygen to scream.
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+29 7. blockedusername commented 9 years ago

my question is...why would you film randomly to begin with? whats the chance of that happening!
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+12 8. blue_alien commented 9 years ago

#2, #6 Yeah, the screaming begins when the survival mode fails to start and your brain jumps to panic mode.
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-2 9. torres9 commented 9 years ago

0:32 Is it just me or does the wood move like a boomerang through the air from the left to the center of the lane ? Reminds of the Seinfeld episode involving Kramer and the spit.
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+7 10. WhiteWolf commented 9 years ago

The whole time I was looking at right truck :)
and slow-mo is needed in this video
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+5 11. Mourialaid commented 9 years ago

#7 Maybe this is someone who doesn't have a life. Like a journalist; filming anything, writing about it, then publishing it. >:)
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+4 12. Chrisofskjern commented 9 years ago

I'm with #7. I was sitting here thinking "why the hell would he sit and record a boring-ass drive??"

And where the heck does that log come from? The car in front as a wooden chassis? Or maybe a wooden house is being transported in front of the car in front of the cameraman?
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+12 13. Craigza commented 9 years ago

Looks like debris on the side of the road is kicked up by the trailer infront...
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+25 14. PortugaL26 commented 9 years ago

#7 #12 According to the description in her youtube channel, she was recording the two trucks in front of her because they were messing around blocking each other out and holding up traffic.
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+2 15. lockandload commented 9 years ago

a very close call..reminded me of this -

http://www.snotr.com/video/5556/Lucky_rally_crash
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+2 16. Chrisofskjern commented 9 years ago

#14 - But notice how the trailer in front of the driver doesn't move an inch. The tires stay completely on the ground... But still it has enough power, to violently throw a huge f***ing piece of wood 2 feet into the air!

That's what I'm wondering about.

And when is the next fail compilation done? You rock at finding fail videos i haven't seen. MOAR PLX! :D
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+6 17. Maffis commented 9 years ago

Nope, this isn't fake at all. There has been alot of news coverage on this accident when it happened months ago. She was filming with her cellphone because she was going to use that as evidence on how these 2 trucks were blocking the lanes for themselves.
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+2 18. anoobis360 commented 9 years ago

one of the few videos that, the first time u watch, u dont even see it coming untill ur like holyshit, lol, good thing she was alright
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-4 19. sbrucecaboose commented 9 years ago

What the heck is wrong with you people???

#(removed comment) , I would give you plus 100 thumbs up if I could.

Follow at a SAFE distance--three second rule MINIMUM.

It could have avoided ANY damage to his car--and what if he had a passenger???

DONT BE IGNORANT, PEOPLE. Follow the rules of the road.
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+4 20. dennvp commented 9 years ago

the driver itself is not obeying the rule
she is recording a video while driving
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+2 21. bjarneks commented 9 years ago

I was like: "WTF did happend????????" o.O
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+4 22. LQoQK commented 9 years ago

the driver was safe because he was wearing a seat-belt.

I guess not, its probably the amulet on dashboard
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-2 23. ruhk commented 9 years ago

#7 i record my drive. Why? because i can ~_~

(yes. awesome shit happens randomly. )
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+1 24. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

What if he was driving the other lane :O
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+1 25. Thanny commented 9 years ago

There is no such thing as a safe following distance for this kind of incident.

I once had an aluminum drive shaft of some kind get kicked up by a car and crash into my windshield. It was caught between the hood and fender, otherwise one of the two people in the front seat would have been hit, probably fatally. The car was quite far ahead, and there's no way the driver (not me - I was dozing in the passenger seat, and my reaction was a loud WTF) would have been able to avoid it.

In cases like these, the responsibility lies with the vehicle that hits the debris. Something like that is easily seen in the road, and neglecting to avoid it establishes liability. My insurance company went after that of the person who launched the drive shaft at my car, and got paid for most of the damages.
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-3 26. andrer999 commented 9 years ago

Too bad Ryan Dunn didn't have one of these.... >:)
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-2 27. kekke2000 commented 9 years ago

I almost crapped my pants :O
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-3 28. smed79 commented 9 years ago

this fake vid :P
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+1 29. ol1v33r commented 8 years ago

There was a tv show where this dude crashes into a fence and a fence post goes right threw him and sticks him through the chest upside down in the car submerged in ditch water and pinned to the seat.

Also this dude should have kept more distance from the truck in front he is right on that trailers ass. He might have stood more of a chance of avoiding it if any.