Scary! Massive waves on huge road bridge send Volgograd drivers asphalt surfing
Motorists using a bridge in the southern Russian city of Volgograd were given the ride of a lifetime by a powerful gust of wind. The new river crossing started shaking violently and a massive downpour at the same time made conditions worse. Drivers say their cars were literally thrown into the air, many thinking it was an unexpected earthquake. The shaking was so severe it caused vehicles to career into the opposite lane creating chaos. Local authorities claim the shaking of the bridge was possibly caused by an earthquake. Seismologists, however, say this is highly unlikely. Meanwhile, Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has ordered an investigation into the bridge's safety and construction history. The bridge across Volga river is 1260 meters long and 32 meters wide. It was opened less than a year ago in October 2009.
deer sucker punch
gunsalesandswaps.com well people tell me who cares if its a deer an antelope or a elk? i thought it was a kangaroo
Car Wash Idiot Caught on Camera
Next time when you wash car, just stay in your car. dont be like this guy just walking around the corner
Highway Robbery Russian Style
December 6, 2011 (dash cam date was not calibrated)