It just keeps happening: a TV reporter's live shot covering bad weather gets the most effective illustration when a car wrecks onscreen. This is from Chattanooga CBS affiliate WDEF last night via reader Jake. We have to ask the question: is it really safe for reporters to be hanging out on road-sides?
The video is cued for about 30 seconds of buildup, but you might want to watch the whole thing to properly let the tension build. It's two men filming the car in front of them as the driver drifts and swerves. The video ends exactly how you expect it to—which doesn't mean you won't shit your dick when it happens.
Sometimes, the universe has a sense of humor when it comes to fender-benders. Take this afternoon, outsider a Fuddrucker's in Ashburn, Va., where members of the Washington grounds crew had carpooled for lunch. At some point during the meal, their truck slipped out of park and rolled into the car in front—complete with…
Chris Duhon, last seen with the Lakers and currently a free agent, was injured after being intentionally hit by a car on Saturday night in downtown Orlando.
Thanks are once again due to Russians' inimitable penchant for insurance fraud, because without it we wouldn't have dashboard cameras in every car.
The 23-year-old Flyers winger is uninjured after crashing into a truck, a tree, and finally a telephone pole in an accident in his native Czech Republic this morning.
World Series hero David Freese had a car accident on Thanksgiving. He was driving his Range Rover in Wildwood, outside St. Louis, when a deer appeared ahead of him. Freese swerved to avoid it, lost control, and drove off the road an into a tree. At least, that's what they WANT you to think.
If you spend a lot of time on the internet, you've noticed that A) no one in Russia can drive and B) everyone in Russia seems to have a dashboard camera. Some brave soul has put together a 13-minute compendium of Russian traffic accidents that features trucks, buses, trolleys, scooters, horses, helicopters, and…
A rough Saturday night for Belgian midfielder Jonathan Legear. He had just found out he was not selected by his Russian club, and spent the night...somewhere. Whatever he did, he found himself on the road at 5:30 a.m., and this happened.