A CamTran bus surveillance camera caught a deer crashing through the windshield in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday night. The bus driver immediately stopped and allowed the confused deer to exit through the front doors.
A Russian dad is giving his young daughter advice about what to do in case she finds herself in a car accident when a motorcycle crashes in front of them. Naturally, it was all caught on their dash-cam.
An old man reads his newspaper in a bus stop in Samara, Russia, when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a car crash. On a side note, Russian police sure get to the scene of the accident fast.
Security camera footage shows a Toyota Highlander with three teenage girls pulling into neighbor’s driveway and crashing into their house. The girls were there to pick-up neighbor’s kids on their way to school. They are trying to blame it on the infamous sudden unintended acceleration glitch, but it seems that the driver mixed up the brake and the gas pedal. There were two vehicles inside the garage that also got totaled in the accident.
An impatient Volvo driver tries to pass 400+ bikers on the grass shoulder of a four-lane highway outside of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and gets instant karma for her dangerous driving. One can argue that the bikers were blocking the passing lane, but according to them – this was an organized event with police escort and all the cars were given the opportunity to pass every few miles.
The most epic crash ever caught on camera at the Santa Clara County Model Aircraft Sky Park in Morgan Hill, California.
According to the video uploader, the guy was ok, ended up with only a mild concussion.
German cyclist Robert Mennen was taken out by a small antelope during the first stage of South Africa’s Cape Epic race on Monday. The crash happened at 37mph, sending Mennen flying over his handlebars and leaving him with a broken collarbone. On the other hand, the antelope seemed to be okay.
A brand new Ferrari 458 Spider crashed trying to pass a family car on a highway near Bari, Italy. No one was injured, but the Ferrari mysteriously disappeared when the police arrived at the scene of the accident. The crash was filmed by Dario D’Alba.
Yes, it’s another Russian dashcam video and yes, no one was seriously hurt – otherwise I wouldn’t post it.