I don't get it. Why would you let a 2-stroke Detroit diesel run away like this? All this 12 year old truck needed was a new wheel bearing, some work on the interior, and a new radiator or, at least, the hole in the radiator sealed up. Sure, the truck itself was scrap, but the engine seemed to be in good working order. I would have tried to save the engine itself. Timestamps: Runaway starts at 12:45. Coolant hose blows at 20:05 and 20:30. Engine gives up with a fireball at 21:50, 22:40, and 23:05.