The horrible moment when a truck hits a low bridge – showering another car with glass and debris
- Shocking images were made of a truck that tried to drive under a bridge
- The top of the trailer hits the bridge, causing a cargo wall to fly away
- The rubble flew into an adjacent car, with the windshield completely broken
Dramatic footage has been recorded of a truck trying to fit under a bridge and hit it, causing glass and debris to drain into an adjacent car.
In the dashcam images on an Australian road the top of the truck can be seen at a speed of approximately 60 km / h at the bottom of the bridge.
Because of the collision, a whole wall of the truck's cargo came loose and flew off and hit the car's windshield.
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Dramatic footage has been recorded of a huge truck crashing into a bridge while trying to drive underneath it, with a sign that clearly indicates that the maximum height for vehicles is 3.7 meters
The collision caused a whole wall to come loose from the truck's load and fly away and hit the driver's windshield
The rubble that hit the window made the dashcam fall, but it kept filming the shattered windshield.
& # 39; Unforgettable driving past work and the truck to my left clearly had not read the many signs approaching the bridge and advised him about the height of the bridge and that his load would not fit, & # 39; said the driver of the car.
The bridge shown in the video has a sign that clearly indicates that the distance is 3.7 meters high, while the maximum height for a truck is 4.3 meters.
The video, viewed over 3,000 times by Dash Cam Owners Australia, has prompted thousands of Facebook users to use the & # 39; stupidity & # 39; from the truck driver.
& # 39; Know your height, width and weight and the route you are traveling! Easy, & # 39; read a comment.
& # 39; Every driver who is worth his salt will check his height before he starts, because that's how they earn their living. They must be professionals, & another man wrote.
But shocking even more people beat the driver of the car for not tripping when noting that the truck would not fit under the bridge.
& # 39; And the driver of the car also didn't look at their environment & # 39 ;, one person wrote.
& # 39; If the dashcam car saw the warnings that the truck would not fit, why would they keep driving next to it? & # 39; another said.
& # 39; So why didn't the cam car get rid of it if it suspected what would happen – it's not rocket science, & # 39; a man agreed.
Drivers of overheated vehicles face a fine of more than $ 2200 and six points.
The rubble that bumps into the window causes the dashcam to fall off, but it continues to film the shattered windshield
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