This is the heart stopping moment a motorbike rider spins out on a road corner before tumbling down the side of a mountain. As Oleksandr Fokin drove through Montseny, northern Spain, on March 31 he clocked speeds of up to 170km/h while weaving through traffic
On June 4th, a driving battery car suddenly exploded and the driver fled with a jump and another man was injured. The traffic police controlled the fire and sent the wounded to the doctor. The traffic police called the electric car a super car.
This is the moment an out-of-control scooter plows into a hedge in a residential neighbourhood in Hamilton, New Zealand.
The CCTV footage, captured on June 1 by a security camera installed by the property owner of the hedge, shows a 100c scooter driving at high speed and inexplicably crashing into a hedge situated at the side of the road.
In the footage, the female scooter rider can be heard screaming as she disappears behind the photinia hedge after losing control.
The owner of the surveillance footage writes: ‘’It's hard to say what might have gone through this woman's mind in the moments leading up to this incident."
According to the property owner, the female scooter driver was in her forties and was driving an unlicensed and "unroadworthy" vehicle.
The property owner wrote later online: "After checking she wasn't seriously injured or dead, I proceeded to inform her of my displeasure.
‘’She did apologise and returned with her now non-functional vehicle to her abode."
GM executive Mark Reuss wrecked the pace car coming around turn two on the parade lap. Reuss was not alone in the car either, with celebrity guest Trey Wingo sitting in the passenger seat. Reuss left the Grand Prix medical center without speaking to reporters
SÁNCHEZ RAMÍREZ, Dominican Republic.- A security camera captured the moment when a high-speed motorist ran over a man on Thursday night trying to cross the main road of the municipal district La Bija, in this province.
According to the inhabitants of the place, accidents on this road are frequent in the absence of speed reducers.
The status and identities of the victims are unknown.
According to the Paris Police Department, the semi-trailer truck was carrying approximately 30 million bees on US 271 and Loop 286 when it overturned, sending them swarming into the air and clustering on road signs.
First responders worked to redirect traffic and clear away containers and wreckage. Police ended up calling in local bee keepers to help move the bees to a safer location. It took hours for crews to clean up and remove the bees.