This is quite easily the most extraordinary video I have posted on Best Gore yet. A police officer from Vietnam was run over by a truck. As he got caught between the wheels, his body was literally split in half through his midsection, leaving motionless legs laying separately from upper body. Now – this for sure is not the first nor last video of a man cut in half after a bad traffic accident, what makes it extraordinary is the way this police officer is still aware of himself and how he calmly speaks to bystanders.
If you look at the video closely, you will see how he attempts to sit up a couple of time, but an attempt fails cause he doesn’t have any lower body. So he just kind of picks at his skin that’s ripped just above his stomach lining. He’s nervously rolling his innards like you would roll a boogie between your fingers when you’re waiting in doctor’s office for a painful injection. I don’t speak any Vietnamese, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he was telling everyone to just stare at him while he stuffs his guts back inside. I can’t believe noone even tried as little as to comfort him by wiping sweat off his forehead or holding his hand.
I can’t believe how he’s still conscious and talking. He should be fainting and unable to speak as blood pressure must have gone to shitter after he was cut in half. Brutal video, likely ranking as one of the most graphic videos we have on Best Gore. A true hall of famer right there. Video is not for faint of heart. Do not watch if your stomach can’t handle extremely graphic content:
Below is the picture of one Peng Shulin from China. He was cut in half by a large truck in 1995. Miraculously, Peng Shulin survived despite severe trauma and after he went through hands of 20 doctors, they actually put him together and mounted him atop of device that allows him to walk again. I do not know for sure whether the video and this picture are related. Everything suggests that they are not, for apparently the video really depicts a Vietnamese police officer, whereas Peng Shulin is Chinese. Either way, it’s astounding how much human body can endure: