Shocking moment strikes a & # 39; muppet & # 39; truck driver against a high voltage pylon

Extraordinary moment strikes a & # 39; muppet & # 39; truck driver in a platform and KEEP DRIVING – leaving a path of destruction in his wake

  • Images are posted the moment a truck hits a high voltage pylon on a road in Sydney
  • Sparks can be showered from the power lines from the roof of the truck
  • The video was filmed on May 21 at 9.28 am on Parramatta Rd in western Sydney
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The shocking moment that a truck collides with a high-voltage pylon and continues to drive has been recorded on Dashcam.

The footage, posted on the Dash Cam Owners of Australia Facebook page, shows the small white truck with a blue trailer that runs from the left side of the road to the electricity pole.

The force of the blow hits the pole on the ground – sparks can be seen while the live power lines come into contact with the roof.

The shocking moment that a truck collides with a high-voltage pylon and continues to drive has been recorded on Dashcam

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The shocking moment that a truck collides with a high-voltage pylon and continues to drive has been recorded on Dashcam

Another vehicle behind the truck shows impressively fast reflexes, which brake immediately as soon as they notice the collision.

The caption to the video says it was filmed on May 21 at 9.28 on Parramatta Rd in the western suburbs of Sydney.

& # 39; Muppet truck driver … takes a power pole and keeps on going & # 39 ;, is the caption of the video.

A social media commentator said the truck should have been on the middle lane because the lanes on that highway are narrow and the pylon is very close to the road.

& # 39; It is a combination of narrow lanes and the wheel flight in the road that tilts the truck. Trucks should always use the middle lane on Parra Rd, & says the comment on the video.

& # 39; Everyone just drives away as if nothing happened, & # 39; another commentator said.

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& # 39; The police is looking for a dashcam for this incident. Send this to the competent authorities. Nice to see how many people can't handle 22kV and just go under it, & # 39; added a third.

The power of the blow hits the pole on the ground - sparks can be seen while the live power lines come into contact with the roof

The power of the blow hits the pole on the ground - sparks can be seen while the live power lines come into contact with the roof

The power of the blow hits the pole on the ground – sparks can be seen while the live power lines come into contact with the roof

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