Sports car completely wrecked after smashing into tree near Hessle Road


Police are questioning a suspected drink-driver after a sports car crashed into a tree. Humberside Police officers tweeted at around 3am today to show a horror scene of a shaved sycamore tree and a ‘

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The catastrophic crash, which left mud and car debris slewed across the junction of Pickering Road, west Hull, looks to have happened close to a bus stop after taking out a street sign.

The airbags of the vehicle were deployed after it rested in a grass verge in Hessle Road with the front end of the high-powered sports car completely destroyed.

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Vehicle nearly goes into Tuttle Creek reservoir after crashing on K-13

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) — A vehicle came close to going into Tuttle Creek Reservoir after crashing on a Pottawatomie Co. highway early Tuesday afternoon.

According to the Riley Co. Police Dept., the driver was heading east on K-13 when the vehicle went through the guardrail. It then rolled down the embankment toward the reservoir, before stopping just feet short of water line.

Police did not release the name of the woman who was driving, nor did they say if she suffered any injuries. They also did not say if anyone else was in the vehicle at the time.

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Demolition Derby Union Fair Maine 2018

He wasn’t planning on competing, but on that late August night, Werner, a snow plow mechanic, won the fair’s raffle for a car and entry into the derby. He watched as two of the cars in the heat before his collided. The momentum sent one up and over the other, crushing the roof above its empty passenger side seat. Smoke poured from the hood, and Werner could see flames licking at the asphalt beneath the car’s undercarriage.

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Jacoby Leavitt operates HomeTown Towing, his auto repair and towing service, out of a big blue garage that sits at the end of Down Back Drive in Jefferson, Maine. The dirt road doesn’t show up on Google Maps, so if you’re coming from the coast, take Route 90 to 17 to 220 to 126, and then turn left after that big bend in the road streaked with tire marks. If Leavitt isn’t around, there will be a sign hanging on the side door that says I AM OUT ON A TOW CALL. If he hasn’t been called away, the doors of the cavernous metal shed will be open, and you’ll see him inside working on a truck that broke down, or a car or motorcycle he hauled out of a ditch after an accident. He’s one of the only guys in the area who knows how to fix flatbeds trucks used to haul lumber, so business has been steady since he opened the shop in 2017.

Getting Wrecked: Brain injuries impact popular rodeo sport

A chorus of cheers from the crowd mixes with the smell of dirt and cattle in the air. A buzzer goes off.

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“I believe he was out for 27 minutes,” said Ty’s wife, Jayd. It’s an eight-second ride now immortalized in a YouTube video that she says she will never watch.

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Nearly 2,000 pounds of a bull named Boot Strap Bill came crashing down on Ty’s borrowed and ill-fitting helmet, splitting it open, tearing it off.

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From a small, rented farm outside of San Antonio, Texas, Jayd is surrounded by animals and memories of Ty’s incredible career.

  • Publisher: WOAI
  • Date: 2019-02-06T22:00:01+00:00
  • Author: Joe Conger
  • Twitter: @news4sa
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