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    DASHCAM footage has captured the moment a Toyota Prius was seen driving on the wrong side of a Las Vegas road. We watch the filming driver cruise until the law-breaking Prius speeds down the road’s opposite side using a far left-hand turn lane. 2Prius driving on wrong side of roadCredit: Youtube / dashcamlessons The dashcam driver narrowly avoids a crash as they move to the right just as the Prius’ lane ends. A high-speed head-on collision would've occurred if a car were blocking the dashcam driver from moving to the right. The overlay text on this dashcam clip reads “Just got to Vegas when this crazy lady almost runs into us head-on.” This TikTok creator adds: “She didn’t even try to slow down! READ MORE ON ROAD INCIDENTSBEEP BEEP Watch as truck driver honks horn at near collision only to have response backfireGOT SLAMMED Watch as driver angrily exits his vehicle only to have road rage backfire Almost ruined my trip.” The near-collision video begins with the caption “UK driver?” but Americans aren’t the only ones experiencing these scary events. One comment under this TikTok...
    This is the moment a HGV driving on the wrong side of the road narrowly avoids a head-on collision with an oncoming car. The hair-raising incident happened last month on the B3227 near Atherington in North Devon on June 17 at 10.11am. Carl Rowberry, 33, was behind the wheel of the dash cam car, and the clip begins as he approaches a bend on the country road. Moments before the left-hand bend a HGV comes into view on the wrong side of the road and swerves at the last moment avoiding the stationary car by inches. The rear-view camera shows the wheels of the HGV still on the wrong side of the road after passing the car indicating how close a collision was. A HGV narrowly avoided a head-on collision travelling 55 miles per hour on the wrong side of road on the B3227 near Atherington in North Devon RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Audi driver flees after ploughing into learner's car in... Teenage girls aged 18 and 19 are killed when Peugeot and......
    SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A speeding car plowed into a power pole in San Pedro Monday afternoon, and the dramatic crash was all captured on video.It happened on 25th Street near Meyler Street.Video from a resident's doorbell camera shows the car nearly hitting another vehicle in the intersection before crashing into the power pole and then into a resident's fence.The car was flipped on its side after the crash.The vehicle that was almost hit in the intersection can be seen driving away after the crash.A passersby helped the driver who crashed into the pole out of the car.The person who shared the video said the driver appeared to be okay and took off from the crash scene.The collision also caused a power outage in the neighborhood. The incident remains under investigation.
    This is the moment a bus narrowly missed a group of children on bikes as it careered down a street and smashed into a row of parked cars. CCTV shows as the bus hits the side of a van and ploughs into the back of a red saloon car at just before 4.50pm last Saturday on Alton St, Crewe. The saloon is propelled into a car parked in front, which is shunted into a lamppost, and both vehicles spin into the middle of the road. The bus comes to a standstill on the pavement. No children were injured in the crash, Chesire Police said. A bus narrowly missed a group of children on bikes as it careered down a street and smashed into a row of parked cars Although a number of cars were damaged in the crash, Chesire Police said no children were hurt A spokesperson for Cheshire Police said: 'At 4.53pm on Saturday June 18, police were called to reports of a collision on Alton Street, Crewe. Officers attended and found a bus had [hit] four parked cars before coming...
    A Tesla driver claims his brakes failed moments before he crashed into a Ohio convention center where young girls were competing in a volleyball tournament.  The 2020 Model S driver was reportedly travelling at 70mph down Route 315 when he took the Vine Street exit and lost control near the High Street intersection in Columbus, Ohio on May 4. Frightening surveillance footage of the lunchtime crash shows the vehicle plowing through the Greater Columbus Convention Center, where a junior volleyball tournament was being held. The driver told police he could not break after exiting the highway onto Vine Street where the speed limit is 30mph, according to the Columbus Dispatch.  It is unclear if the driver was using autopilot.  Witnesses, however, gave WBNS 10 a different account of the crash.  A 2020 Model S driver, who was not identified, reportedly lost control of the vehicle on May 4 while going 70mph down Route 315 near High Street around lunchtime in Columbus, Ohio. He hit a potted plant before crashing into the corner of the Greater Columbus Convention Centre The car hit the building around 70mph,...
    A SHOCKING CCTV video has been released showing a Tesla crashing through the glass wall of a convention centre. The video shows the brutal force with which the car hit the building, smashing through the glass and ending up pointing backwards inside. 2The driver said the car's brakes stopped working 2he driver told police afterwards that the Tesla lost the ability to brake and would not stop, causing the incident As reported by The Columbus Dispatch, the Tesla Model 3 hit the Greater Columbus Convention Centre in Ohio at around 70mph. 'It's miraculous that no one was seriously injured or killed as the vehicle ran a red light as pedestrians, cars and buses traversed High Street nearby around lunchtime on a business day.'  The driver told police afterwards that the Tesla lost the ability to brake and would not stop, causing the incident. But as the footage goes on, an interior shot reveals how close the crash was to being an even more grave situation. Most read in MotorsDRIVING DISCOUNT Millions of drivers to receive $400 checks this week...
    (CNN)Dashcam video shows the terrifying moments when a truck driver near Cleveland, Ohio, lost control of his tractor-trailer and nearly crashed into a school bus loaded with students. The incident unfolded Tuesday around 8:25 a.m. as a school bus was finishing its morning rounds on its way to Ralph E. Waite Elementary School in Medina, Ohio, about 30 miles southwest of Cleveland, according to Montville police chief Matthew Neil. The bus had pulled over on the northbound lane of state route 57 to pick up children when the driver was alarmed by the truck's horn, Neil said. Another employee, who was also on the bus, can be heard asking the driver whether the truck was going to be able to pass through safely.The truck driver realized his brakes were not working and began downshifting the vehicle to prevent it from crashing into the bus, Neil told CNN. In the videos released by the Montville Police Department, the truck's dashcam was also rolling and captured the terrified driver's reaction as he approached the school bus. The driver let out several screams...
    A car barely missed two police dispatchers when it flew down a sidewalk in Hamlin, Texas, on Wednesday and the harrowing moment was caught on camera. “Police Chief Bobby Evans tells us that the driver of the tesla had fallen asleep at the wheel as he was coming into town,” KTXS reported on Thursday. Video footage showed the two individuals enjoying a break on the sidewalk. Moments later, they reentered the building and the area was clear. That was when the car rushed onto the scene, blasting through what appeared to be a low, concrete barrier near the building’s front door before it sped out of the camera’s view: WATCH: Surveillance footage captured the moment of the driver of a Tesla driver drove on a side walk in West Texas, missing several people by a few seconds. CREDIT: Hamlin Police Department Posted by KWTX News 10 on Monday, April 11, 2022 Social media users voiced their thoughts on the incident, one person writing, “Those people have guardian angels watching out for them. A few more seconds and that...
    Two Texas police dispatchers are lucky to be alive after narrowly avoiding being struck by an out-of-control Tesla being driven by a man who had reportedly fallen asleep behind the wheel. The heart-stopping incident took place last Wednesday in Hamlin - a city of 2,000 people in the suburbs of Abilene - and was caught on surveillance video.  In the footage, two female 911 operators are seen having a smoke break outside the local police department on South Central Avenue at around 1.20pm.  Two Hamlin, Texas, police dispatchers are seen having a smoke break on Wednesday afternoon, just moments before a crash Ten seconds after the 911 operators went inside the building, this blue Tesla jumped the curb and sped down the sidewalk  Police said the driver of the car hit the corner of City Hall with the Tesla (pictured)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Maybe if he stayed in school he wouldn't have gone jogging... Two brothers are filmed shouting with excitement as they... Share this article Share Just 10 seconds...
    COLORADO (KABC) -- Shocking video shows the moment an out-of-control minivan plowed into a parked car on the side of a freeway in Colorado.It all started as a routine traffic stop Tuesday. A state trooper had pulled over the driver and walked away.Suddenly, the minivan slams into the back of the parked vehicle as the officer went to write a citation.Both vehicles then careened into the center divider and oncoming traffic.The patrol officer who pulled over the driver narrowly avoided his cruiser getting hit as well. He then ran to check on trapped drivers.No one was seriously injured in the incident.
    (CNN)A man who pushed a woman in front of an approaching train at a Brussels metro station on Friday January 14 has been detained on suspicion of attempted manslaughter, according to prosecutors.The woman narrowly survived after the driver was able to pull the emergency brake just in time to avoid a fatal accident. In footage of the event, she can be seen with her head on the tracks as the train comes to a halt in front of her.In a statement given to CNN, the Brussels public prosecutor's office confirmed that police had been called to the Rogier metro station around 7:45 p.m. local time because "a young man had pushed a woman onto the metro tracks." A man pushed a woman onto the tracks of a Brussels metro station on Friday. The train driver was able to pull the emergency brake in time to avoid a fatal accident.When the police arrived, they determined that the victim had already been rescued by witnesses. According to the public prosecutor's office, rescue services attended to both the victim and the metro driver...
    (CBS4) – Quick doesn’t seem to fully describe a Wyoming State Trooper’s reaction when a driver came barreling toward him. WSP shared video of the incredible moment on social media on Wednesday. (credit: Wyoming State Patrol) Wyoming, like Colorado, was hit with a snowstorm on Jan. 5, creating dangerous driving conditions, but maybe none more so than the situation the trooper found himself in. Two troopers appeared pulled over, and one was walking back to his own vehicle when a semi drove by, and the trooper took notice. Then, a few steps later, the trooper jumped to the right seemingly trying to avoid something, but then jumped back in front of his vehicle. A second later, a vehicle is seen flying past both troopers on the shoulder of the roadway. “Conditions continue to deteriorate quickly across Wyoming. Interstate 80 and 25 are closed in several areas. Visibility is poor, and road surfaces are slick,” WSP stated on social media. It appears the trooper is okay. It’s not clear if the driver was caught or will face charges.
    CCTV footage captured the lucky moment a man left his handbrake off - causing the car to roll onto a busy road and narrowly miss seven vehicles.  Ethan Bellingham, of Walshall, West Midlands, stayed calm and collected after his car was filmed rolling down the street into a busy main road yesterday evening. The footage, taken one a home security camera, shows Mr Bellingham getting out of his fiancee Emma Freeman's white BMW and walking towards his house before chaos ensues. Ethan Bellingham, of Walshall, West Midlands, stayed calm and collected after his car was filmed rolling down the street into a busy main road yesterday evening The footage, taken one a home security camera, shows Mr Bellingham getting out of his fiancee Emma Freeman's, 30, white BMW The video, which was posted to TikTok, shows the vehicle slowly rolling down the driveway and towards the main road as multiple cars drive past.   Three cars are seen zooming past on the far side of the road as the vehicle rolled onto the street.  Amazingly, two cars that are approaching from both directions...
    This is the heart-stopping moment that an out-of-control motorbike crashed into the front of a clothes shop - narrowly missing a pregnant woman and three other people. Security footage filmed in Khammam, Telangana, southern India on November 8 at around 8.30pm shows four people gathered around the counter of the Madhu Matching garment shop talking.  The bike suddenly crashes into the shop with the driver flying over the handlebars and landing on the others side of the counter. The driver can be seen flying into the Madhu Matching garment shop in Khammam, southern India RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Epic moment man CRASH-TACKLES 'car thief' and then pins him... Moment crew members from Amazon Prime mob drama 'Gravesend'... Share this article Share The motorbike skids along the floor and hits a stool where the pregnant woman had been sitting moments earlier.  She and another woman and man manage to dodge the motorbike. A woman behind the counter also runs clear.  The rider can be seen getting to his feet after landing by...
    Footage shows the dramatic moment a distracted driver crashed into a family home, narrowly missing four dogs and causing extensive damage. The incident happened in Gallup, in the US state of New Mexico, on October 25 and caused extensive damage to a home belong to Ana and Ryan Hudgeons who were not at home at the time. Footage captured by surveillance cameras both inside and outside the property show a white truck crashing through the garden before smashing into the side of the house and through the living room. Mrs Hudgeons said she was told by police that the driver was 'speeding and distracted when the crash happened'.  Photo shows the extent of the damage caused when a white pick-up truck smashed into the side of a family home in Gallup, New Mexico, on October 25  The external camera shows the white pickup truck travelling at considerable speed as it smashes through the bushes and gates in the front garden of the property. The vehicle also narrowly misses family dog Olie, who appears to be sleeping on a chair, before...
    Nail-biting footage released by Australian authorities shows a car with a woman and child inside careening through traffic, barely missing several vehicles while traveling at a high speed.  The Northern Territory Police Force is investigating the Sept. 22 incident in Coconut Grove. A Toyota Hilux pickup was seen driving towards Darwin City around 5 p.m. when the female driver lost control, police said.  She failed to make a turn and was seen narrowly avoiding oncoming traffic and going onto the opposite side of the road with cars waiting at a traffic light.  The vehicle eventually crashed into a nearby business.  "It is incredibly lucky no one else was injured in this incident. Drivers are reminded to always drive with due care and attention," police Superintendent Daniel Shean said.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The woman and the child were taken to the Royal Darwin Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. 
    FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — A female driver was targeted and shot at over road rage on Interstate 80 on Sunday night, say police. Things could have ended much worse for the driver after, police say, a reckless driver followed her off the highway and shot a bullet through her driver’s side door. It ended up lodged in her steering wheel but didn’t hit her. READ MORE: Caldor Fire Now Two-Thirds Of The Way Contained, Cal Fire Reports Photos show the exact point of entry. Reporting on a very disturbing case of road rage tonight. Fairfield police say a suspect followed a woman off I80 onto the Waterman Blvd exit. When she tried to get away, he fired a shot at her. It went through her drivers side door and into the steering wheel. She is ok. pic.twitter.com/oSAO9iwnTb — Anna Giles (@AnnaGilesTV) September 14, 2021 “This could’ve been an extremely tragic situation,” said Lt. Jausiah Jacobsen with Fairfield Police. Fairfield police said the suspect followed her off I-80 onto the Waterman Boulevard exit then shot at her. It turns out someone...
    This is the moment a furious driver apparently tries to mow down a man with his car in a shocking road rage encounter. Another driver filmed the altercation between the Audi's occupant and a man and a woman in an SUV in SeaTac, Washington, after spotting them chasing down the freeway.  He followed them off Interstate 5 and to his surprise, the road rage escalated, with the man getting out of the SUV and being chased back and forth by the speeding Audi.  A man was chased down by a car during a road rage incident and narrowly avoided being plowed into in SeaTac, Washington The man picked up rocks from the roadside and hurled them at the Audi chasing him The clip begins with the filmer saying the drivers were being 'stupid idiots' and adding: 'That dude just rammed that guy.' He follows the cars as they leave the freeway, with the Audi at the rear, and they briefly disappear from view as they round a bend.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    A Thai driver had a miraculous escape after he lost control of his SUV while taking a sharp bend too fast.  The car missed a pedestrian and mounted the kerb but somehow managed to stop with its bonnet inches away from a storefront, sitting tidily in a parking bay. CCTV captured the rear of the large car stepping out after the driver failed to slow down for the right-hand bend.  The motorist overcorrected, causing him to oversteer dramatically and sending him careering towards shops in Samut Sakhon on August 28.  The black SUV, pictured, lost control after taking a right-hand bend in Samut Sakhon, Thailand, on August 28 The SUV managed to narrowly avoid ploughing into this shop front, pictured left, after losing control on the tight bend  The black car also narrowly avoided a woman pushing a cart during last week's incident  The driver sat still in his car for a few moments to compose himself before reversing out onto the street Luckily the car managed to avoid a woman pushing a cart who was about...
    (CNN)Secure your load.That's the message the Arizona Department of Public Safety has for drivers after a truck driver in Phoenix failed to secure a load and a metal pole fell off, crashing into a sport utility vehicle behind the truck.On Thursday, a pickup truck hauling a trailer hit a bump on Arizona State Route 51, causing a roughly 4-foot-long metal pole to come off the trailer. The pole ended up piercing the center of the windshield of a Nissan SUV directly behind it, according to a Facebook post. The pole ended up lodged between the Nissan's center back seat and the SUV's roof.The Arizona Department of Public Safety said the truck driver did not stop after the metal pole struck the Nissan.The driver of the truck did not stop and has not been located, the department said. Mandy Poff, the woman driving the Nissan, was not injured, but she told CNN affiliate KPNX she's terrified to get back in her car.Read More"I can picture it coming by my face and that feeling -- that's hard to get out of your...
    A bus driver in Singapore is lucky to be alive after being struck by a bus and nearly crushed by it they both fell off of a platform. The Monday incident was caught on security camera at the bus depot, where the bus was hit from behind by another one. The drivers of both buses and 15 passengers were hospitalized, according to SWNS. 'Eight persons were inside the bus while another nine were found outside the bus. The rear windscreen of the bus which had shattered served as an entry point for SCDF rescuers. The rescuers created an additional point of entry at the front of the bus by using an electrical saw to cut through the front windscreen," a Singapore Civil Defense Force spokesperson said. SEE IT: WORST PARKER NEEDS 8 MINUTES TO PULL INTO SPACE According to The Straits Times the 65-year-old driver of the second bus was arrested on charges of "a rash act causing grievous hurt." CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Several of the injured had already been discharged by Tuesday morning,...
    AUSTRALIAN police have claimed to have found no sign of a missing child after dashcam footage sparked an eight-hour search. Dashcam footage from driver Mitch Kuhne captures the moment his car narrowly missed hitting a "child" that had wandered onto the Hume Highway just south of Sydney. 2Dashcam footage from the car shows a 'child' walking across the Sydney highway 2After eight hours of searching the police found no child What appears to be a child in the footage moves across the road just moments before the driver speeds by. The video captures a silhouette in the middle of the left-hand lane of the highway. NSW police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia they had received an emergency call about the child on Sunday night around 7pm. Several officers attended the scene and searched the area but no child was found. The search was called off at 3:45am on Monday morning. However, the mystery continues as Mr Kuhne claims that the police told him that the child had in fact been found safe and was being collected. Mr Kuhne posted the...
    A motorist narrowly missed being smashed into by a tree as it collapsed across both lanes of a quiet neighborhood street. The tree came crashing down near an intersection in the Duke Park area of Durham, North Carolina. Footage from another vehicle shows an SUV pulling up to a crossroads as the huge tree begins to fall. Noticing the danger, the driver speeds up in an attempt make it past as the tree's branches begin to hit the ground and create a small gap for the vehicle to get through. Luckily the SUV is seen pulling through and driving to safety just before it collapses.  No one was hurt in the incident, but the vehicle sustained some damage.  'It was loud, like a large tree hitting the ground. You know, just like breaking wood,' nearby resident Nealon Kallok told WRAL. 'It's kind of crazy because I'm always going past that tree, like walking. So, it's scary to know it was so close to falling for the past weeks.' A motorist narrowly missed being smashed into by a tree as it collapsed...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff SLIPPERY ROCK TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A truck driver narrowly avoided death after a massive steel coil crashed through his cab. READ MORE: UPMC And Penguins Team Up For Johnson And Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Drive-Up Clinic State police in Slippery Rock Township say the trucker was driving along Route 422 when a car began turning left. READ MORE: Investigators: Woman Stabbed To Death During Facebook Marketplace Sale In Cambria County (Photo Credit: KDKA) The driver says his truck’s braking assist feature sensed a collision might happen and automatically slammed on the breaks. That caused one of the 39,000-pound steel coils the driver was hauling to break loose. One smashed through the passenger side of the cab. MORE NEWS: Police Investigating Death Of Man Found In Backyard As Homicide Thankfully, no one was hurt.
    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — Authorities say a distracted driver narrowly missed crashing into deputies on horseback near Stockton on Wednesday. The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office says mounted deputies were out doing a training ride along the Diverting Canal just east of Stockton. The deputies let some traffic clear and started to cross Waterloo Road when a pickup truck started coming at them at high speed. READ MORE: California Lawmakers OK Expansion To Paid Sick Leave For About 10.4 Million Workers Deputies say it appears the pickup truck driver was looking at something in his lap and didn’t even notice the deputies. READ MORE: Stimulus Check Update: Economic Impact Payments Are On The Way As the horses started to scatter, deputies say the driver finally skidded to a stop. No one was hurt in the incident, but the horses were definitely startled. MORE NEWS: Outside Lands 2021 Scheduled For Halloween Weekend The mounted deputies cited the driver for distracted driving. The sheriff’s office says that citation is the first one issued by their new mounted unit.
    Terrifying footage shows the moment Good Samaritans trying to help a woman stuck inside her wrecked car narrowly avoid being injured by falling power lines. The incident occured after a woman lost control of her car and crashed into a power pole after suffering a 'medical emergency', in Mobile, Alabama, on Friday. In the video, captured on the dashcam of a nearby car, members of the public are seen gathering around the vehicle on Schillinger Road. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 430,000 people were wrongly marked as being at high risk... 'Drunk' British woman 'kills motorcyclist in head-on smash... Share this article Share Suddenly the power pole begins to crack in two places, bringing down the live cables towards the crowd. The group scatters as they spot the impending danger and luckily nobody is hurt by the lines - which come to rest on the top of the crashed car.  Speaking to WKRG-TV Chase Harrison, who captured the footage, said the incident could have been much worse.   The incident occured after a...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities say that a driver ran off after crashing into a Sacramento home Friday morning. Car crashes into house, narrowly missing fire hydrant. Driver ran off. Nobody hurt, but lots of damage to home. 12th Ave West of Hwy99. ⁦@GoodDaySac⁩ ⁦@CBSSacramento⁩ ⁦@CameronCGlenn⁩ ⁦@JohnDabkovich⁩ ⁦@GoodDayTraffic⁩ pic.twitter.com/PKPYKBp7mi — DG (@CameraGuyDave1) February 26, 2021 The crash happened along 12th Avenue, just west of Highway 99. Exactly what led up to the crash is unclear, but the car narrowly missed hitting a fire hydrant before crashing through some bushes and into the house. No one inside the home was hurt, but the structure did suffer some damage. More From CBS13: When Could You Get A Third Stimulus Check? A description of the driver has not been released at this point.
    A driver plowed through a front yard in Brooklyn Sunday morning — just narrowly missing the house, according to cops and wild photos of the aftermath Police said a man in his 50s was behind the wheel of the Kia when he lost control of the car just after 8 a.m. in Canarsie, bulldozing into the property at 8923 Avenue A. Photos show the vehicle crashed through the front yard fence and turned on its side by the basement steps, just short of hitting the home. No one was injured, and the driver has not been charged, according to authorities.
    More On: car crashes Two NYPD officers injured in Queens crash Man critically injured in Bronx car crash Funeral fundraisers for teens in Yonkers crash raise nearly $100,000 One person dead, two injured in Queens crash A driver plowed through a front yard in Brooklyn Sunday morning — just narrowly missing the house, according to cops and wild photos of the aftermath Police said the Kia driver lost control just after 8 a.m. in Canarsie, bulldozing into the property at 8923 Avenue A in Canarsie. Photos show the vehicle crashed through the front yard fence and turned on its side by the basement steps, just short of hitting the home. No one was injured, and the driver has not been charged, according to authorities. Filed under brooklyn ,  car accidents ,  car crashes ,  flatbush ,  12/27/20
    The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● CA Ballot: UC Berkeley's new poll of California finds Proposition 22, a ballot measure that would designate drivers for "App-Based Transportation and Delivery Companies" as independent contractors with some benefits rather than as employees, leading by a narrow 46-42 spread. Prop. 22 needs to win a simple majority to pass next week. This has been the most expensive ballot measure campaign in California, and perhaps American, history, with just shy of $220 million being raised through mid-October. Thanks to massive expenditures from the rideshare giants Uber and Lyft and delivery companies like DoorDash, the yes side has taken in close to $200 million. Prop. 22's proponents have also been campaigning in other ways. Rideshare passengers have received numerous push notifications telling them to vote yes, while Uber drivers logging into their app have also seen a slideshow with messages like,...
    A lucky driver managed to escape a crash unharmed after his truck overturned because it could not withstand the weight of its top heavy trailer. A man was driving his truck across a busy bypass in Irving, Texas, on September 17 when his trailer flipped over and sent the vehicle crashing into a road barrier. The car was travelling in the right-hand lane of the bypass in Dallas-Fort Worth as other vehicles overtook it on its left, dashcam footage shows.  In the video, the truck begins to turn the corner but the top heavy trailer sways unsteadily as the small car struggles to hold the weight of the large attachment.    A man was driving his car on a bypass in Irving, Texas, on September 17 when his trailer caused the vehicle to topple over and crash into a retaining wall Dashcam video footage shows the trailer, which has a Hummer strapped securely on top, topples over as the truck attempts to veer around a corner The truck topples over when it veers around the corner as it is...
    A Tesla motorist who was driving on autopilot last week in Las Vegas shows how the autonomous vehicle managed to avoid an accident just when it appeared it was about to collide with a truck. ‘I was on Tesla autopilot driving home overtaking a truck,’ the driver told ViralHog of his trip on September 1. The driver was in a 2018 Long Range rear-wheel drive sedan that has an ‘upgraded chip for eventual full self-driving.’ In the video, a truck is seen swerving into the Tesla driver’s lane. A Tesla 2018 Long Range rear-wheel drive sedan was riding along a Las Vegas highway on September 1 The vehicle approached a large truck, which is seen on the right-hand side The Tesla swerves to the left to avoid hitting the truck, which was encroaching into its lane ‘The next events happened very quickly, but I am pretty sure the vehicle jerked initially to the left. ‘Out of the corner of my eye, I saw the truck nearing my car and heard it slamming on and locking up...
    WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) — A suspected drunk driver plowed into a police car at an intersection in Wheat Ridge Sunday, narrowly missing a tow truck driver standing a few feet away. It happened just before 2 a.m. on 38th Avenue, just east of Pierce Street. (credit: Wheat Ridge Police) The patrol car was parked behind the tow truck, while the tow truck driver was loading a vehicle that had been damaged in an earlier crash. The red truck was speeding westbound on 38th Avenue and plowed into the back of the patrol car. The patrol car was forced into the disabled car it had been protecting, and that vehicle was pushed up onto the sidewalk. The red truck then turns around, and ends up on the sidewalk across the street and around the corner. “Thankfully the officer was not in the car at the time of the collision and wasn’t injured,” police said. The driver of the car from the first crash was standing on the sidewalk and did suffer minor injuries as their car was pushed onto the...
    WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) — A suspected drunk driver plowed into a police car at an intersection in Wheat Ridge Sunday, narrowly missing a tow truck driver standing a few feet away. It happened just before 2 a.m. on 38th Avenue, just east of Pierce Street. (credit: Wheat Ridge Police) The patrol car was parked behind the tow truck, while the tow truck driver was loading a vehicle that had been damaged in an earlier crash. The red truck was speeding westbound on 38th Avenue and plowed into the back of the patrol car. “Thankfully the officer was not in the car at the time of the collision and wasn’t injured,” police said. The driver of the car from the first crash was standing on the sidewalk and did suffer minor injuries as their car was pushed onto the sidewalk. “Our officer, the tow truck driver and the folks standing on the curb were all extremely lucky in this case,” said Sara Spaulding with the Wheat Ridge Police Department. Spaulding said the video is an example of the dangers first...
    A Door Dash driver bailed out of her car moments before it was swept into the Passaic River during Monday's storm, authorities said. The 24-year-old Newark driver was delivering a meal in Passaic when she "saw the flash flood building up," Mayor Hector Carlos Lora said. She "left the vehicle there in the street and it was immediately swept into the river," the mayor said. The woman was taken to St. Mary's Hospital for an evaluation and was released soon after, he said. "We sent a dive team out to make sure there were no car seats inside," Lora said. "There were no other individuals in the car." Roads were flooded, trees were downed and hail larger than peas rained down in some places throughout North Jersey during the storm. 
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