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Thread: Tractor-trailer pushed off bridge - video

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    WOW, that was shocking. I fear the driver over reacted to that car turning into him.

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    You can see a truck going left bound on the roadway beneath. I hope there was nobody going right bound!

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    Anyone else notice the glitch right at about the point the car seems to have hit the truck?

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    It appears the road is pretty slick, perhaps ice. The car is well out of control by the time it contacts the truck .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baddog View Post
    Anyone else notice the glitch right at about the point the car seems to have hit the truck?
    Traffic cams have an auto run timed sequence to them they will take periodic stills when there is no traffic movement but run continuously when there is movement these stills will snapshot even while the cam is in video record mode.
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    That trucker would be very lucky to survive that one.
    And, what did he land on? More traffic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffle-Valve View Post
    That trucker would be very lucky to survive that one.
    And, what did he land on? More traffic?
    Since the trailer would have hit the ground first it would be very possible that the driver could have survived if the distance weren't too great and his rig didn't tumble further down the mountain side or the cab of his rig wasn't struck by another vehicle if it had wound up in traffic
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