Helicopter Crashes - Original HD footage
***(C) COPYRIGHT STRICTLY ENFORCED***
Whist erecting a seven story high structure to be used as a Christmas tree,
the helicopters rotor struck a cable causing the aircraft to crash to the
ground. The Pilot was helped from the crumpled wreckage with minor
injuries. Both of my Panasonic P2HD camera's were recording at the same
time, even though I go to reposition myself because I didn't like the look
of the cable near the rotor, my camera I am carrying is still recording. My
other static wide view camera caught me walking across the frame, you can
see the guy tug on the cable just as I go past him. After the impact, and
seeing that the wreck had not burst in to flames, I'm the guy in the yellow
hi-vis, white hat and blue jeans that hops in to the cab to help get the
unconscious pilot out along with the guy who originally pulled on the
cable. I have removed the "comments" option as some people have been
posting ridiculous messages, this was all just an accident, and by the
grace of God, no one was badly injured.
*** (You are more than welcome to link to this video but if you download it
and re-upload it to the web it will be taken down and a copyright strikes
will be issued and it will not be removed)
Super car driver idiots [NO pics, only videos]
I got bored with all the "super car crashes"-videos here on YouTube that
only contained PICTURES, CRAPPY MUSIC or/and clips of pure racing cars on
official racing events.
This compilation DOES NOT include pure racing cars on official racing
events - only real life FAILures on the STREETS, made by people with more
money than driving skills...
(Though, even the best car drivers can crash too of course.)
Notice 1: The "Dodge Ram" may not be a super car, but still it's a SRT10
with the 8.3L Viper V10 which produces 510hp. Pretty super for a pick up,
don't you think? It has more power than several of the cars in this video.
The intention with this video was to show that skills doesn't come with
Notice 2: Tire is the preferred spelling in the U.S. and Canada. Tyre is
preferred in most varieties of English outside North America. And I'm from
Sweden. So please think outside your box (country), you who claims "tyre"
is incorrect spelling.