The Rogue Tesla Mechanic Rich is a car enthusiast whose passion is to find wrecked Teslas, bring them back to life, and then share his repair adventures on his YouTube channel Rich Rebuilds.
Mechanics knocked down during Stock Light race August 19, 2018 / Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil Happened in the race Stock Light. Two of the mechanics hit by the car had head trauma, one light and another medium. The third one had a broken leg. For now, none of them have life threatening injuries.
Car pulls out of lay-by causing multi-vehicle crash As the driver of the truck was travelling east on the A55 (J23) at Llanddulas in the direction of Chester, a female driver pulls out of the lay-by in front of a 44 tonne HGV. With the truck driver having no time to respond or go anywhere else to escape as there was another vehicle in lane two, it resulted in the driver of the silver Hyundai car being rear ended. The Hyundai then bounced into lane two colliding with another vehicle (Mercedes) before coming to a stop in the central reservation. It was reported at the time that two people were taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries. The driver of the HGV tells us the woman in the Hyundai that pulled out of the lay-by causing the crash was found to be at fault and was sent on a paid driver awareness course.
It’s not you. Commuting is bad for your health. My commute is like a second job, and it might be killing me. Millions of Americans commute to work. It can be a stressful journey that involves cars, trains, bicycles, and even airplanes. This video breaks down the pros and cons of long commutes -- it's by someone who actually has a painfully long one: Vox's Kimberly Mas commutes to Manhattan almost every day. She drives her car to the train station, takes the train to the subway, and finally rides the subway to the Vox office. She's had this routine for a long time and she always wondered what kind of toll it's taking on her. Her reporting shows that, while commutes may just be an unavoidable part of life for many Americans, they don't have to be all bad, all the time.
Elderly Woman Crashes into Car at Red Light Occurred on November 23, 2017 / San Antonio, Texas, USA "I was on the way to pick up my son's prescription on Thanksgiving day when an elderly lady in the Lexus slammed into the Jeep to my right. Her car then slammed into mine, the Mercedes and a few cars in front of that. I walked around the back of my car to ensure that someone called 911, then went to render aid to the Lexus driver. The Lexus and Jeep driver were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries."
Bikers Save a girls life Two Bikers from Nashville TN, rescue a woman in distress and prevent her car from going up in flames.
Cleaning the DIRTIEST Car in History! Watch as we take this 1982 Mercedes 190E and give it a full exterior and interior detail! You won't believe the transformation! We used all Detail King products and equipment to bring this Mercedes back to life!
Car Almost Drives Into Semi "This is how close a person came to loosing their life Tuesday afternoon on SR281 and Liberty Hi Rd.
This person did not stop or even slow down. They literally came inches from the front bumper of my 80,000 truck at 55mph.
I saw them and started to slow and you can tell by the video a few seconds either way and the outcome could have been terrible."
Bodycam Footage Of Police Fatally Shooting Man With His Own Gun Roy City Police released video of a deadly exchange between two Roy City police officers and a trespassing suspect at a gas station in February. Two unidentified officers were in a fight with Nicolas Sanchez, 39, in the parking lot of the Texaco Station at 4395 South 1900 West when several shots were fired and Sanchez was hit. One of the officers who shot Sanchez did so with a gun that he had grabbed from Sanchez seconds earlier. Attorney Heather White was hired by Roy City to explain the video prior to releasing it to the media. White said the officer who shot Sanchez with his own gun thought Sanchez may have had a second firearm and decided to use the suspect's own weapon against him after his partner had already fired shots at Sanchez. “Fearing Sanchez may have another weapon, and hearing shots fired, the first officer shot Sanchez with the gun he had wrestled from Sanchez. When the first officer saw Sanchez was not moving, he dropped Sanchez’ gun and drew his gun from his holster,” White said. The two officers were initially dispatched to the Texaco station on February 21 at approximately 10 p.m. after a clerk reported a man was trespassing and acting suspiciously in the store. The video shows the officers arrive at the store and contact Sanchez, who was reportedly loitering, and had left his car running in the parking lot. Video shows the officers approach Sanchez at the door of the store and ask him to come over to their cruisers and speak to them. Sanchez asked the officers repeatedly why they want to talk to him. He then lifts his sweatshirt, at which point an officer stated, "You got a gun on you, do not move." Sanchez then backed away from the officers, swinging his right hand back and forth and moving his left hand toward his waistband where the gun was located, according to police. Sanchez then turned and ran away from the officers. The video shows the first officer run after Sanchez and a struggle ensues, at which point, the second officer, who is standing back, sees Sanchez's hands go to his waistband. The second officer felt that his partner's life was in "imminent danger," and he began firing at Sanchez, according to White. That's when the first officer stripped Sanchez of his gun, feared the suspect may have another weapon, and shot Sanchez with his own gun, White says. Body camera footage released Friday shows the altercation from the perspective of both officers. The entire encounter lasted approximately one minute, but the time between when the officers first saw Sanchez had a gun to the last shot fired is only twelve seconds. "Sanchez's reckless actions in those split seconds dictated the actions the officers took that day. The officers did what they are trained to do and what we expect them to do: protect themselves and others against violent and irrational behavior," White said. "Because of their actions, no one but Sanchez was injured that night." The two officers are on paid administrative leave, pending an investigation from the Weber County Attorney's Office.
Real Transformer in the Motor Show, be sure to look, Kia Builds Life Size Transformer Autobot Kia Builds Life Size Transformer For Car Show
We've got a really entertaining video tonight. It seems that for a recent auto show, Kia Motors Corporation developed quite a display piece: a fully transforming vehicle! The SUV is seen to split its panels and (very) slowly rise to a standing posture. The "vehicle mode" is of course just an SUV shell around the movable frame, but it's interesting how the final result bears more than a little resemblance to early Diaclone car robot designs. We have the video embedded, so click through to check it out!