The accident occurred on February 17, 2013 on the highway between Korenovsk and Krasnodar in Russia. A driver of Ford entered the oncoming lane and collided head-on with oncoming Niva. What cause him to lose control of his veghicle is unknown – he is in a hospital in critical condition. Two passengers in Niva suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Skip to the 0:50 minute mark, unless you want to watch near a minute of wiper action caught on dashcam. The crash resulted in an instant, albeit brief fireball. This is not the first time a car crash turned fiery on impact. Have we reached the scientific conclusion as to what causes the vehicle to instantly combust? I know there was an episode of Mythbusters who “proved” that Hollywood style car crash explosions whereas a car nose dives off a cliff and bursts into a fiery spectacle is a MYTH. LOL… Mythbusters = BUSTED! Busted by Best Gore. Best Gore is reality. If it happens in real life and there is video evidence of it, then it’s not a myth. Bust that, pwnt fuckers!
Props to Best Gore member kac for the video: