This is exactly why you should be cautious when driving on mountain roads.

People are killed in car accidents every day. It’s important attaches importance to what you’re doing and obey the rules of the road. The video below demonstrates how one small blunder can be achieved through disastrous consequences.

This is what happened, according to TurboFoz’s YouTube description:

Sunday, Jan 4, 2015, I received a second chance at life.

What happened? To introduce it simply, I was run faster than I should have been and went disconcerted at the one moment that required 110% places great importance on an unfamiliar road.

As an vehicle lover, when you have a neat quite rapidly modified car with a thunderous exhaust you tend to like passages. They establish your exhaust voice that much better, kind of like singing in the shower … Well, I obtained myself intensifying through this nice long and dark pair of tunnels; I had done this many times before in other passages. At the depart, I could scarcely realise because it was so luminou, a person standing and propping something while motioning. Pondering what they were doing, I gazed, and stared, contacting the top of 4th gear, all while trying to comprehend what they were trying to tell me. Then I figured it out. They were tell people to slow and watch the veer onward, but it was too late. When I think about it is currently, I don’t ever remember experiencing the road ahead until I was nearly out of the passageway. In my subconsciou I had assumed that it merely led straight-shooting. At that point I was departing the tunnel straight as the road arcked to the left. I had no time to slam on my restraints beforehand. Recognizing I was disappearing space too fast for that division, I worked the brakes softly in an effort to keep the back end from slithering out, but, combined with a lump and rough permutation in skin-deep texture from cement to asphalt, I lost traction. I embarked sliding to the left, the car oversteering, rotating counter-clockwise, over the centre for human rights marker. I counter-steered, becoming the steering wheel all the way to the right, but prevented slithering to the left into the turnout. It was at this moment I knew, I had fucked up.

I threw into a berm and expected to come to a terminated stop, but the panicking wander wasn’t over. I went over the edge. It happened so fast all I can remember is everything crashing and revolving .

What happens at 1:20 would have given me a heart attack.

If you’d like to read the full report of what happened, click here.

Be careful when you drive — you’re taking our lives( and the lives of others) into your hands.


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