No simple dashcam films. No crashes,untill is something really interesting in it.
Starting with, ehem, stickcam.
Riga, Latvia (pt.1):
I think this crash is interesting - it shows how little any road vehicle means against a heavy, fast rail vehicle. Milejów , Poland, 26.06.2015, train hitting a defunct truck and throw it onto a house nearby:
>Railroad crossing accident in Studenka, Czech Republic
>Three passangers died; twenty were seriously injured, some of them with lifelong consequences. Polish driver survived without any major injuries and is currently waiting for a verdict from the court.
That lowlife scum had apparently driven only 1000 km in his life, had a truck driving license only since 2012 and already done 19 traffic offences. Still for some reason this guy is allowed to drive trucks in Poland.
And his boss supposedly told him to stay out of motorways as much as possible to avoid paying toll.
Thank you, Poland. I think building a wall isn't really that much of a bad idea.
Why bars come down only about 15 sec before train comes? In Poland, it is usually longer, and the "right" one usually comes down before "left" so even retarded driver like him could survive.
>Thank you, Poland. I think building a wall isn't really that much of a bad idea.