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2013-02-04 10:53:06 AM  
Jesus!!!
 
2013-02-04 10:53:31 AM  
HOLY CRAP!
 
2013-02-04 10:58:08 AM  
JESUS AND HOLY CRAP!!
 
2013-02-04 10:58:19 AM  
I peed a little.
 
2013-02-04 10:58:20 AM  
I saw this earlier today and I was going to post it... But I'm pretty sure someone died.
 
2013-02-04 10:58:53 AM  
Maybe she should spend less time yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.
 
2013-02-04 11:07:02 AM  
Holy fark!
 
2013-02-04 11:36:09 AM  
I didn't see the pickle.

I am disappoint.
 
2013-02-04 11:39:08 AM  
Sometimes you wonder if most dash cam videos are really like this, and the funny / miraculous / nobody got really hurt ones we see all the time are actually a minority.
 
2013-02-04 11:43:32 AM  

LesserEvil: Maybe she should spend less time yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.


Oh, really.  I was looking down the road to watch traffic, not trying to see through a screen to oncoming traffic.  All she could have done is to swerve right and take the impact on the driver's door, which would have killed her (anyway?).  No time to react, no good options.
 
2013-02-04 11:46:44 AM  
i.imgur.com
HOLY shiat.
 
2013-02-04 11:47:13 AM  
That looks as if it could have been fatal. i thought that posting that kind of thing is frowned-upon.
 
2013-02-04 11:50:49 AM  
That was like the "Jaws" of cars.
 
2013-02-04 11:59:27 AM  
thanks, I'm FULLY awake today now.
 
2013-02-04 12:04:33 PM  

Galloping Galoshes: LesserEvil: Maybe she should spend less time yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.

Oh, really.  I was looking down the road to watch traffic, not trying to see through a screen to oncoming traffic.  All she could have done is to swerve right and take the impact on the driver's door, which would have killed her (anyway?).  No time to react, no good options.


She could have been in the proper lane, and the car wouldn't have hit her.

Instead, she opted for the fast lane, so she could hog it and drone endlessly into her cell phone without having to 'worry' about anybody ahead of her.
 
2013-02-04 12:05:51 PM  

Tillmaster: That looks as if it could have been fatal. i thought that posting that kind of thing is frowned-upon.


Well, she was squealing continuously at the end of that video, so I'd guess she survived to hog the left lane again, another day.
 
2013-02-04 12:15:46 PM  
Okay, I'm awake now!
 
2013-02-04 12:29:14 PM  
O.O Holy shiat!
 
2013-02-04 01:05:52 PM  

LesserEvil: Galloping Galoshes: LesserEvil: Maybe she should spend less time yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.

Oh, really.  I was looking down the road to watch traffic, not trying to see through a screen to oncoming traffic.  All she could have done is to swerve right and take the impact on the driver's door, which would have killed her (anyway?).  No time to react, no good options.

She could have been in the proper lane, and the car wouldn't have hit her.

Instead, she opted for the fast lane, so she could hog it and drone endlessly into her cell phone without having to 'worry' about anybody ahead of her.


Thank you for conclusively demonstrating your fatuousness.
Had she:
been on a different road, she would not have been hit;
left a little earlier, she would not have been hit;
left a little later, she would not have been hit;
pulled over to take a pee break, she would not have been hit.
Had a butterfly in China flapped its wings twice instead of only once, she would not have been hit.

You said: yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.
Which was the conclusive factor?  That she was on her cell phone?  Not paying sufficient attention? In an inappropriate lane?  Or driving improperly?
Perhaps I don't see as clearly as you but I can't tell what she might have been doing wrong.  Where I live cell phones are acceptable if the driver is using them hands-free.  I don't know the laws everywhere, but she was keeping up her speed in the lane she was in, she wasn't swerving, and the car came at her from an unexpected direction.   I see nothing to support your criticism of the unfortunate driver.
 
2013-02-04 01:07:41 PM  
I pooped my pants--thanks a lot.

And her driving habits didn't seem out of the ordinary, what do you people want?  For her to tailgate the guy in front of her?
 
2013-02-04 01:15:21 PM  

fickenchucker: I pooped my pants--thanks a lot.

And her driving habits didn't seem out of the ordinary, what do you people want?  For her to tailgate the guy in front of her?


Well, duh. That's proper driving technique if the guy in front of you is not breaking the speed limit as much as you want to break the speed limit. Also, talking and listening to the radio are just distractions, and keep you from driving exactly as fast as your caffeine-fueled reflexes will allow.
 
2013-02-04 01:21:06 PM  
It is obviously the dash-cam driver's fault.  It could not have been the driver of the Mercedes, because they are wealthy and can afford better lawyers.
 
2013-02-04 01:23:58 PM  
I think I pooped

/in my mouth a little
 
2013-02-04 01:24:15 PM  

Galloping Galoshes: LesserEvil: Galloping Galoshes: LesserEvil: Maybe she should spend less time yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.

Oh, really.  I was looking down the road to watch traffic, not trying to see through a screen to oncoming traffic.  All she could have done is to swerve right and take the impact on the driver's door, which would have killed her (anyway?).  No time to react, no good options.

She could have been in the proper lane, and the car wouldn't have hit her.

Instead, she opted for the fast lane, so she could hog it and drone endlessly into her cell phone without having to 'worry' about anybody ahead of her.

Thank you for conclusively demonstrating your fatuousness.
Had she:
been on a different road, she would not have been hit;
left a little earlier, she would not have been hit;
left a little later, she would not have been hit;
pulled over to take a pee break, she would not have been hit.
Had a butterfly in China flapped its wings twice instead of only once, she would not have been hit.

You said: yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.
Which was the conclusive factor?  That she was on her cell phone?  Not paying sufficient attention? In an inappropriate lane?  Or driving improperly?
Perhaps I don't see as clearly as you but I can't tell what she might have been doing wrong.  Where I live cell phones are acceptable if the driver is using them hands-free.  I don't know the laws everywhere, but she was keeping up her speed in the lane she was in, she wasn't swerving, and the car came at her from an unexpected direction.   I see nothing to support your criticism of the unfortunate driver.


She was not in the appropriate lane. Cars to her right were travelling faster than her.

Had she been driving PROPERLY, she'd not have been hit. How simple is that?

Instead, she was in the lane intended for faster traffic, yapping on a cell phone (which is why she in in the lane, because too many idiot drivers think that is alright to do).

Here's a clue... when people are flashing their lights, flipping you off, or perhaps weaving a little bit behind you, and you are in the fast lane, you might just want to GET OUT OF THE WAY. People who think it's "The cell phone lane" annoy me. They make driving more dangerous for everybody.

When I do get in the fast lanes, I do it with a purpose - to pass other vehicles. I don't bother passing if I don't intend on getting by them in a timely fashion... then I get back over. If somebody is coming up fast behind me, I don't proceed with my maneuver, I wait until they pass. It's very simple, and it's common courtesy.
 
2013-02-04 01:40:48 PM  
Well. Uh. That scared the crap out of me.
 
2013-02-04 01:44:56 PM  
How much you want to bet their insurance company raises their premiums.
 
2013-02-04 01:57:45 PM  
Christ, what an asshole.

/The last thing to go through her mind?
//Literally?
 
2013-02-04 02:03:38 PM  

LesserEvil: Galloping Galoshes: LesserEvil: Galloping Galoshes: LesserEvil: Maybe she should spend less time yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.

Oh, really.  I was looking down the road to watch traffic, not trying to see through a screen to oncoming traffic.  All she could have done is to swerve right and take the impact on the driver's door, which would have killed her (anyway?).  No time to react, no good options.

She could have been in the proper lane, and the car wouldn't have hit her.

Instead, she opted for the fast lane, so she could hog it and drone endlessly into her cell phone without having to 'worry' about anybody ahead of her.

Thank you for conclusively demonstrating your fatuousness.
Had she:
been on a different road, she would not have been hit;
left a little earlier, she would not have been hit;
left a little later, she would not have been hit;
pulled over to take a pee break, she would not have been hit.
Had a butterfly in China flapped its wings twice instead of only once, she would not have been hit.

You said: yapping on her cell phone in "the cell phone lane" and more time paying attention to the road and driving properly.
Which was the conclusive factor?  That she was on her cell phone?  Not paying sufficient attention? In an inappropriate lane?  Or driving improperly?
Perhaps I don't see as clearly as you but I can't tell what she might have been doing wrong.  Where I live cell phones are acceptable if the driver is using them hands-free.  I don't know the laws everywhere, but she was keeping up her speed in the lane she was in, she wasn't swerving, and the car came at her from an unexpected direction.   I see nothing to support your criticism of the unfortunate driver.

She was not in the appropriate lane. Cars to her right were travelling faster than her.

Had she been driving PROPERLY, she'd not have been hit. How simple is that?

Instead, she was in the lane intended f ...


What was the person in the Mercedes doing at the time of the crash??? GAWD!
 
2013-02-04 02:06:29 PM  
LesserEvil:

Did this happen on a highway or freeway?  It looks like an arterial to me.

I agree that on the highway/freeway, the left lane is for passing only, but that rule does not apply to arterial roads where people may be making a left turn at the next light.
 
2013-02-04 02:07:10 PM  
Your move, Russia
 
2013-02-04 02:13:32 PM  
LesserEvil:

She was not in the appropriate lane. Cars to her right were travelling faster than her.

Had she been driving PROPERLY, she'd not have been hit. How simple is that?

Instead, she was in the lane intended f ...


You're a farking idiot (and I'm putting that VERY  lightly)

How much more "properly" should she have been driving? She was NOT swerving, She was in her lane. She was going an appropriate speed (the car to her left was only going slightly faster) and the fact that the other car FLEW OUT OF FREAKING NOWHERE means she had NO FARKING TIME to react. To say that it was the DRIVERS fault is just farking stupid (Held up a rape trial or two in your day a$$hole?)

And am I really the only one to notice that the driver was NOT the only one in the car. There were at least THREE female voices in the video. One of them sounded like she was talking from a cell-phone speaker, and two sounded like they were actually in the car. At the end, there was only one screaming woman to be heard.
 
2013-02-04 02:23:35 PM  
I guess LesserEvil was behind her and trying to get to the gym.
 
2013-02-04 02:26:56 PM  

LesserEvil: She was not in the appropriate lane. Cars to her right were travelling faster than her.


Because we never see arseholes driving extra fast in the #2 lane, right?

/Lives to drive 75-80 MPH
//in California
///"Slow" driver
 
2013-02-04 02:36:34 PM  

ng2810: LesserEvil:

She was not in the appropriate lane. Cars to her right were travelling faster than her.

Had she been driving PROPERLY, she'd not have been hit. How simple is that?

Instead, she was in the lane intended f ...

You're a farking idiot (and I'm putting that VERY  lightly)

How much more "properly" should she have been driving? She was NOT swerving, She was in her lane. She was going an appropriate speed (the car to her left was only going slightly faster) and the fact that the other car FLEW OUT OF FREAKING NOWHERE means she had NO FARKING TIME to react. To say that it was the DRIVERS fault is just farking stupid (Held up a rape trial or two in your day a$$hole?)

And am I really the only one to notice that the driver was NOT the only one in the car. There were at least THREE female voices in the video. One of them sounded like she was talking from a cell-phone speaker, and two sounded like they were actually in the car. At the end, there was only one screaming woman to be heard.


I didn't say it was her fault. I said if she had been driving correctly, she'd not have gotten hit. Only a moran would say that somebody driving in the southbound lane was responsible for a car launching into the air from the northbound lane. Then again, only a moran would somehow get that out of what I wrote.

I can explain it to you, but I can't comprehend it for you....

1) She was not driving in the correct lane. Slow traffic is supposed to stay to the right. She was driving slower than the traffic to her right, ergo, she was not in the correct lane.
2) My Cell Phone Lane complaint is just a generic pet peeve of mine, applied here because it appeared to me that she was "one of those types of drivers". Correct or not, it doesn't change point 1 - but in my 30 years of driving experience, people who tend to do distracting things while driving tend to move to the left lane, whether it's makeup, cell phones or reading the Wall Street Journal., because as a slower vehicle, people are behind them, not in front of them, meaning nobody is suddenly stopping in front of them where they might have to react.


Point one is the main thing. Follow the common "rule of the road" and in this instance, the probably has a story to tell her husband when she gets home, instead of being in the hospital. Chances are, somebody else gets the car in the face, but she might have avoided it.
 
2013-02-04 02:37:38 PM  
Wow. I've been angry about slow drivers in  the passing lane, but that didn't mean I felt they deserved a CAR to land on them!
 
2013-02-04 02:38:45 PM  

UltimaCS: LesserEvil: She was not in the appropriate lane. Cars to her right were travelling faster than her.

Because we never see arseholes driving extra fast in the #2 lane, right?

/Lives to drive 75-80 MPH
//in California
///"Slow" driver


If there is any possible way for a driver to pass you on the left, you are not in the correct lane.

Get Over and out of the way.

Simple rule.

Don't blame the people who are simply trying to get around the slow driver and break the traffic jam they are causing.

/Why is this so hard for people to understand?
 
2013-02-04 02:41:14 PM  
a.abcnews.go.com
 
2013-02-04 02:46:07 PM  

Genju: Wow. I've been angry about slow drivers in  the passing lane, but that didn't mean I felt they deserved a CAR to land on them!


For the record, I don't feel she DESERVED IT, just saying she might have AVOIDED IT by being a courteous driver, instead of an insufferably selfish driver.

I never said she deserved it.

I might add, that while I have a clear sight of what is right and wrong on the road, I don't go into a rage over it. Expressing a simple fact here is not the same as road raging, but judging by the reactions of some of you here, you might want to seek some counseling. The raging here over the "right" to drive slow in the fast lane seems to border on the fanatical. I hope you don't caryr that attitude on the road, where you might end up killing yourself or others because you get offended by a person flashing their lights or shrugging their shoulders at your bad driving.
 
2013-02-04 02:48:47 PM  

LesserEvil: I didn't say it was her fault. I said if she had been driving correctly, she'd not have gotten hit.


And that is about the dumbest statement that could be made.

"If only she hadn't gone out of the house today she wouldn't have been hit".
 
2013-02-04 02:53:09 PM  

LesserEvil: UltimaCS: LesserEvil: She was not in the appropriate lane. Cars to her right were travelling faster than her.

Because we never see arseholes driving extra fast in the #2 lane, right?

/Lives to drive 75-80 MPH
//in California
///"Slow" driver

If there is any possible way for a driver to pass you on the left, you are not in the correct lane.

Get Over and out of the way.

Simple rule.

Don't blame the people who are simply trying to get around the slow driver and break the traffic jam they are causing.

/Why is this so hard for people to understand?


This is true only on highways and freeways.  On multi-lane arterial roads, it is not the case.  From the video, there appears to be a large sign coming into view just before the crash, and I can't exclude the possibility that it is an intersection.  Maybe you know, for sure, that this is a freeway, but I do not.  If it is an arterial, and there is an intersection ahead, then she may be planning to make a left turn, in which case she is in exactly the correct lane.

As far as the person passing on her right, the road also appears to be curving to the right, so drivers in the right hand lane will be advancing even if they are driving at the same speed.  It could be that the car on her right also wants to make a left at the upcoming intersection, and is passing to make a lane change.  She is maintaining her distance behind the traffic ahead of her, not falling farther behind, so she is not impeding the flow of traffic.

Your critiques have merit if we make a series of assumptions, but those assumptions are not fully supported by the video.
 
2013-02-04 02:54:51 PM  
I'm surprised that the windshield held at all, given the weight of the impact.  I'd feel a lot better if anyone knew whether the folks involved survived.
 
2013-02-04 02:59:43 PM  

Pincy: LesserEvil: I didn't say it was her fault. I said if she had been driving correctly, she'd not have gotten hit.

And that is about the dumbest statement that could be made.

"If only she hadn't gone out of the house today she wouldn't have been hit".


I suppose if I hadn't gone barefoot hopping around that crack house, I might not have gotten stabbed int he foot.

You are right, that does sound stupid.

I suppose if I hadn't knocked over those Harleys in front of the biker bar, and followed up by walking in and pissed on the MC Pres, I'd probably not be in a coma right now from being beaten up.


Is it a good or bad idea to leave the house? For most normal people, it seems a reasonable action.

Is it reasonable to drive like a dumbass and expect a safe drive? Probably not.

Again, if you can't see the difference, perhaps you need to re-evaluate your own priorities and general competence in experiencing life.
 
2013-02-04 03:04:46 PM  

LesserEvil: Is it reasonable to drive like a dumbass and expect a safe drive? Probably not.


Why don't you go back to trolling the politics tab?
 
2013-02-04 03:11:32 PM  

The Larch: LesserEvil: Is it reasonable to drive like a dumbass and expect a safe drive? Probably not.

Why don't you go back to trolling the politics tab?


Damn, I thought this was Fark,com, not the "oversensitive whiners who like to drive slow in the left lane forums".
 
2013-02-04 03:13:32 PM  

LesserEvil: Again, if you can't see the difference, perhaps you need to re-evaluate your own priorities and general competence in experiencing life.


Said the guy who came into the thread to whine like a little biatch about somebody in an unknown part of the world not following U.S. laws that themselves vary from state to state on the assumption that the unseen person in the video was on a cellphone and not talking to a passenger when she was struck through no fault of her own by a car that nobody could see until it was 10 feet from impact.

But by all means, you keep judging everyone else's "competency in experiencing life".
 
2013-02-04 03:16:29 PM  
Fark me
 
2013-02-04 03:20:10 PM  
OK, I've been trolled.  Congratulations, I guess.
 
2013-02-04 03:24:10 PM  

LesserEvil: Pincy: LesserEvil: I didn't say it was her fault. I said if she had been driving correctly, she'd not have gotten hit.

And that is about the dumbest statement that could be made.

"If only she hadn't gone out of the house today she wouldn't have been hit".

I suppose if I hadn't gone barefoot hopping around that crack house, I might not have gotten stabbed int he foot.

You are right, that does sound stupid.

I suppose if I hadn't knocked over those Harleys in front of the biker bar, and followed up by walking in and pissed on the MC Pres, I'd probably not be in a coma right now from being beaten up.


Is it a good or bad idea to leave the house? For most normal people, it seems a reasonable action.

Is it reasonable to drive like a dumbass and expect a safe drive? Probably not.

Again, if you can't see the difference, perhaps you need to re-evaluate your own priorities and general competence in experiencing life.


Must be a troll.  You got us.  Way to go.
 
2013-02-04 03:52:38 PM  
stay in your own lane, man. farking Russians
 
2013-02-04 03:56:48 PM  

Pincy: LesserEvil: Pincy: LesserEvil: I didn't say it was her fault. I said if she had been driving correctly, she'd not have gotten hit.

And that is about the dumbest statement that could be made.

"If only she hadn't gone out of the house today she wouldn't have been hit".

I suppose if I hadn't gone barefoot hopping around that crack house, I might not have gotten stabbed int he foot.

You are right, that does sound stupid.

I suppose if I hadn't knocked over those Harleys in front of the biker bar, and followed up by walking in and pissed on the MC Pres, I'd probably not be in a coma right now from being beaten up.


Is it a good or bad idea to leave the house? For most normal people, it seems a reasonable action.

Is it reasonable to drive like a dumbass and expect a safe drive? Probably not.

Again, if you can't see the difference, perhaps you need to re-evaluate your own priorities and general competence in experiencing life.

Must be a troll.  You got us.  Way to go.


That's why I stopped.  Also, even if not a troll (which you should not feed), there's "Don't argue with a fool.  People may not be able to tell the difference".
Here's the lady's guide to the future:  Do not offend the sensibilities of some moronic troll on FARK, or a car may suddenly appear out of nowhere and smash you.
 
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