Thieves Steal Washing Powder From Overturned Lorry A bunch of thieves took off with boxes full of washing powder after a lorry overturned on a road in South Africa. The lorry was full of boxes of MAQ brand washing powder when it overturned in the Midvaal municipality of north-eastern South Africa’s Gauteng Province. A video shot by a passenger in a passing car shows hundreds of people at the scene, with many standing on the side of the felled lorry. Many vehicles are parked nearby as people pull over to help themselves to the free goods. A police officer is seen talking to a driver but he seems powerless to stop the looting frenzy going on behind him.
Berowra Road Rage Occurred on January 2, 2018 / Berowra, New South Wales, Australia "This was a Road rage incident that captured on my dashcam. I intervened during a fight between a car driver and a motorcyclist."
ROLEX Owner Gets HUGE Surprise! Here's lesson #1 when getting a luxury watch: ALWAYS keep the box, papers and receipt. Later down the road keeping those items could help you get a lot more value for the watch or could help authenticate it!
Repair Truck Causing Accidents 12/13/16 - One vehicle slide off hit a Comcast box in Indianapolis. Comcast repair trucks parked on the road and placed 4-5 cones at the bottom of the hill they were working at. This caused 5 slide offs. I personally warned another arriving Comcast truck of the slide offs and danger of parking at the bottom of the hill. He blew me of because he "had a job to do". Minutes later there was a crash because of the blocked lane. Multiple people were placed in danger. Even after the accident happened in front of them, they continued to work not changing any of their "safety" procedures. They showed ZERO concern for the safety of people before or after the accidents. People at the scene got out their own barriers and directed traffic while Comcast finished and left the scene.
Head-on collision of a car with a cyclist The road is a one-way 90km/h linking the local beauty spot 'Goyt Valley' to the 'Cat and Fiddle' (one of the most dangerous roads in the UK). The car is an imported Mazda MX5. The cyclist passed 2 access prohibition signs and continued his descent on the wrong side of the road. The car was traveling at about 50km/h around the bend. The estimated speed of the cyclist was approximately 65 km/h. The cyclist stood up immediately after the impact and walked around the car before sitting down at the side of the road. The driver called the ambulance due to the cyclist's lower back pain and confusion shortly afterwards. Amazingly, no bones were broken and the cyclist was released from hospital 6 hours later.