A Thanksgiving Story!
Amazing that the car taking the video wasn’t hit.
Amazing that the pedestrian wasn’t hit (and he’s back on the scene ~15 seconds after the crash, I assume to render aid!)
Amazing that the white SUV stopped on the line and in the lane.
I hope the passengers in the collided vehicles are OK.
So who’s fault was it? I say it was the car doing the t-boning bc why would one lane be stopped and the other side be going? But others in the post were arguing it was the guy that got t-boned fault.
@2many2no When I was in Cambodia traffic there was chaos in slow motion. The center line was for decoration only. The most important safety item on your car was the horn (no idea where the seatbelts vanished to in most of the cars I was in there). He who made eye contact first had to be the one to give way. And you shared the road with bicycles pulling trailers, entire families on motorcycles, tuck-tucks, cars, trucks, and the occasional elephant with people riding it. Oh and pedestrians would step out in the street, stare at the ground and you were expected to drive around them unless they looked at you in which case they had to avoid you.
Let me guess…the offending car driver that ran the red light was either texting (#1), talking on a cell phone (#2), watching a video (#3), was drunk and doing all of the above (#4), or…wait for it…wait for it…remembered the car keys, but left their brain at home (#5).
Where is that Allstate guy sitting in a chair in the middle of the intersection when you need him?
Or maybe the offending car was being driven by Dean Winters? Remember him? He was/is the Mayhem guy in the Allstate commercials. You know, the one in the suit with a Band Aid on his face.