Bus Delivers Flying Kick to Passenger Car in Bogota, Colombia

Bus Delivers Flying Kick to Passenger Car in Bogota, Colombia

Bus Delivers Flying Kick to Passenger Car in Bogota, Colombia

That young female reporter looks like she gives mean fucking head…

Three people died and at least 17 were injured as an out of control bus rammed four vehicles in Bogota, Colombia. The bus narrowly missed a motorcyclist and then took flight running over elevated road at an excessive rate of speed.

The SITP (Sistema Integrado de Transporte Público) bus reportedly suffered a brake failure so the driver could not control it. The bus rammed an ambulance, a public bus belonging to the company Nuevo Horizonte, a passenger vehicle and a minibus belonging to the company Tampa. After it was done ramming other vehicles, the bus crashed into a utility pole.

Two men and a woman were killed in the accident. Among the injured were a child and a pregnant woman. None of the wounded were in a critical condition.

This was this year’s fourth accident involving an SITP bus in Bogota, but the only one that resulted in fatalities.

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43 thoughts on “Bus Delivers Flying Kick to Passenger Car in Bogota, Colombia”

  1. yea that reporter is a bad little bitch. i’d put it right in her mouth, then bounce her like a rag doll.

    driving along, singing my song, woah shit duck…

    look at the woman cheer team at 1:30 they look like they are going. encore encore encore.

  2. “Yee-Haw!” It’s them damn Duke boys again. This time having taken their Grand Theft Auto gaming skills to the streets of Bogata, Columbia. Looks as if they managed to press the “o” button in real life and run away.

  3. A quick and simple method of turning your dull old car into a shiny new convertible that’ll have all the girls clamouring for a ride. Nice jump by the bus,although Steve McQueen did it with so much more flair and panache in ‘Bullit’.

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