A car horn scares a driver in the city of Novoaltaysk, Russia, causing him to crash into a nearby utility pole…
A lane-splitting motorcycle rider encounters two semi-trucks stopped in traffic…
A driver fell asleep at the wheel before his car went airborne and flew into the opposite lane of the Russian M4 highway, colliding with an oncoming vehicle. No serious injuries were reported.
A sailboat crashed into a bridge in Tønsberg, Norway on Sunday, breaking the vessel’s mast. It seems that the skipper thought his boat will be able to slip under the draw foot-bridge as it was coming down. No one on board was injured in the collision. The railing on the bridge suffered some damage. Eyewitness Fredrik S. Robertsen caught the crash on his camera:
Obviously that was a bad decision from the biker’s standpoint, but according to the guy who filmed the whole thing on his car’s dashcam – he was the one that was found guilty for the accident. And I’m guessing that the biker wasn’t injured otherwise he’d end up in jail too.
A truck carrying gas cylinders caught fire after colliding with a bus on the Moscow’s Ring Road. A total of 119 gas cylinders started exploding, resulting in a Michael Bay type of movie scene on the Russian highway. The truck driver suffered minor injuries, everyone else involved in the accident was fine.
A 71-year-old Taiwanese man fell asleep behind the wheel before his Formosa Matiz went flying into the windshield of another car. YouTuber Sky Kang caught the crash on his dash-cam. Amazingly, no one was seriously injured in this ‘Final Destination‘ type of accident.
A dash-cam video shows a car swerving into a ditch and flipping over while trying to pass a cube van on Highway 1 near Langley, BC, Canada. Besides the fact that the scary-looking crash ended up with only minor injuries, the best thing about this accident is seeing how many people immediately pull over to help.
Cement carrier ship ‘Cyprus Cement’ collided with several boats in Levanger marina, Norway, on July 6. Three boats sunk while others were badly damaged after the crash. According to reports, the accident occurred due to a faulty propeller that caused maneuverability problems. No one was injured.
Russian Proton-M rocket crashed after a failed launch from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan on Tuesday. The rocket was carrying three navigation satellites for its GLONASS satellite navigation system. There were no reported injuries.