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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Jan 19, 2006.
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My god... Is that a blood spot on the rear door of the semi trailer?
How much do you think it will cost to fix the Vette?
see his arm?
Why would anyone want to fix it, its a coffin, I saw the arm too. Wow, im so glad I drive a truck.
Oh hell I just now saw the arm. Double holy freakin crap^4 ^4
okie, that is a seriously disturbing picture!;P ;P ;P
Those who die doing what they love doing, die well.
I will look at blood and gore pictures as much as the next guy, but I don't think Eric wouuld want that pic on GlockTalk.
By the way, that's cranial tissue on the left trailer door latch- skull and brains to the uninitiated.
Ahhh, forget the arm. Keep looking. What do you see? ;P
what else is there?
I still think the left rear wheel is good yet a shame to junk it;P
;Q Does that look like the front of a T-shirt to you? (Maybe) ;g
15 years as a Paramedic, I have seen enough crap like this.
An interesting article caught my attention the other day. In instances like this where there is no apparent reason for this to happen, could it be a suicide? If so, how many fatal traffic "accidents" really are suicides?
That blood splat on the door looks to be right about where the guys head wouldve been in the car.I think it is safe to say that this guy died instantly.
Wow. That guy had to be BARRELLING down the breakdown lane, and then into a parked semi. The question is, why didn't he just swerve into the grass and face the roll? Looks like he was doing something VERY risky, VERY absent-mindedly.
Either that or he was speeding and hit parked traffic, after which the driver just pulled over out of traffic, dragging the vette with him. But the questions remains, why not swerve?
Shame good people have to come along and clean this up.
I bet that a mark or two the next day.
On a serious note, it is a shame to see such a good car in a state like that.
If the driver was DUI, then they got what they deserved. I just hope that they didn't take anyone else with them.
The truck is on the shoulder of the road. Unless yoda showed up and moved the wreck over, im thinking maybe he decided to pass on the shoulder and of all places there happen to be the rig. But im probably wronge, guys who drive really nice sports cars are never seen going over the speed limt or ocasionally weaving in between traffic... right?
At 100mph you are moving 146.67fps, you swerve into the brake lane, see the truck 200 feet in front of you, you're dead.
See what happens when you don't wear your seatbelt? ;Q
One of the worst cases of vehicular sodomy I have seen yet.