Speeding SUV Driver Causes Fatal Accident in Karachi, Pakistan

Speeding SUV Driver Causes Fatal Accident in Karachi, Pakistan

Speeding SUV Driver Causes Fatal Accident in Karachi, Pakistan

At least one person was killed and three injured after a sports utility vehicle rammed into a passenger car at a traffic intersection in Defence Housing Authority (DHA) area of Karachi, Pakistan.

The CCTV footage of the accident shows a white SUV coming towards the traffic intersection at a speed which police estimate exceeded 80 kilometers per hour, when a black Honda Civic entered the intersection from its left.

The SUV rammed the Honda, which caused it to fly through the air to land on the oncoming lane, narrowly missing commuters on several motorcycles and one car.

According to police, a person named Arsalan was driving the white SUV and was injured in the crash. He was taken to custody for violating the traffic rules.

A person named Imran, an owner of a vehicle showroom who was driving the Civic, died in the accident. His wife, who was on the passenger seat is in a hospital but is expected to recover.

Props to Best Gore member @siray for the videos. First the CCTV capturing the crash:

Video 1 of the aftermath:

Video 2 of the aftermath:

Video 3 of the aftermath:

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89 thoughts on “Speeding SUV Driver Causes Fatal Accident in Karachi, Pakistan”

        1. LOL “driving faster than you can see” is just an expression, it has no literal meaning. You see into a distance i.e. 50 metres. but you drive at a RATE of distance, i.e. 60mph. If that rate is too high for the visibility level, and if you have to hit the brakes hard, your stopping distance is about 70m.

          So by the time you’ve seen something 50m ahead, like a vagrant crossing the road, you don’t have enough braking distance to stop. You’ll drag him for 20m.

          Bones says: ” Yes, yes. Just get out of here Spock. Zhheeesh”. 🙂

          1. You might be on to something. I think we can fit your civic with a sweet warp drive. In a universe where the speed of light is the speed limit, we’ll be getting you tickets in no time.

    1. Mr Agonal.
      Hum, probably broken neck anyway, there’s a definite nerve reaction when his head is moved one time, still a possible survivor should immediate attention from Med Pro’s be available but it’s;
      La la savage paki land curry for allah snackbars,
      all across town.
      Have to wonder why the FUCK do they dress as clowns, do they all go to children’s party’s every freaking day…?!

  1. Look at the size of that ambulance how would you keep the guy alive till they get to the hospital riding in that small shit. Like seriously you only have enough space to toss the body in the back with no one or machinery to attend to him. Just toss him in drive to the nearest hospital and pray the SOB pulls thru.

  2. Video 3 he needs a guedel to breathe

    The triage in this shithole is astounding even allowing for the amount of idiotic horn noise that goes on

    What do you need an SUV for anyway? They are a liability to all other road users and false, mystic physics to any half idiot who got through high school…

  3. The sad part is the guy in the white SUV is Absolutely fine and have no problem. The poor husband & wife in the black Honda were critically injured and the husband later succumbed to his injuries.

  4. The suv is probably a Prado which costs around £85,000 yep £85k that is. Only filthy rich can afford to reside in defence Karachi or any defense housing in Pakistan. Almost every resident has a fleet of armed bodyguards with licensed firearms. Karachi even has nudist beaches near Hoxbay Beach & Paradise Point Beach where theres lots of Russians Ukrainians & Arabs tourists visiting every year. Mafia organises wild drug/alcohol fuelled parties & offers protection for the partygoers. Billionaire underworld don Dawood Ibrahim lives in defence Karachi heavily protected by the isi

    IsI are known to raise false alarms of sorts for distraction, place hundreds of snipers on rooftops they even have gunships handy in case his movements have been leaked prior to travel despite travelling inside about one of 25 explosion proof humvees. India’s most wanted Dawood Ibrahim still has $25 million reward on his head. With an estimated net worth of around $12 billion+ its impossible to touch this guy

    1. Exactly, this is an example Of Mohammedan Rich Man’s Thickhead Syndrome,where Daddy buys them all the new ,shiny and dangerous toys.

      Up to me ? I’d still have that whole populace riding donkeys until they prove being secular.

      ,ISI and Pakistan? All complicit and helped plan alqaida and were used for 9/11.
      The Us always goes for the weak ones though ,so attacked Afghanistan rather than shoot up Pakistan intelligence and their army.

      1. Excellent points Nem, you just need to watch the movie :Devil’s Double about the sons of Saddam Hussein, to see what boozing, snorting, shooting up, sex-crazed filth
        these are, while telling all their people to ‘be pure, like the Qu’ran’
        Yeah right !!
        Filthy Arab slime …
        Need to be rounded up and returned to the primordial sludge hole, like
        the Niggers

      2. You babble on about some fucked up shit. Mohammedan’s thick head, donkey rides, al-qaeda, U.S. relations with the many Afghan tribal factions…
        Don’t you guys still have Red Assed Fumbleback spiders running amok down there? Grab a can of Raid and mind your business.

  5. BLACK SCUM by bad jonny

    Fucking black scum
    Should be fuck’d in the bum

    Choking those nigs
    Till they’re filled up with cum

    Oprah say they is smart
    But they really quite dum

    Selling drugs on our street corner
    Chewing some gum

    Buying and selling
    Toxic drugs for some fun

    Oversize shirt
    Concealing a gun

    Nigger girl wearing
    Her hair in a bun

    Boyfriend Tyrone
    Watching porn on the Hun

    Bashes and rapes
    Poor innocent white Nun

    Escapes from police
    Now he’s on da run

    Can’t be locked up
    Has ten kids and a Son

    Whitey fighting the battle ..
    But da battles been won ..
    Dirty filthy nig nog pieces of shit

    Black Lives Matter?

    Let black lives scatter ..

    Let black lives splatter ….

  6. This is why you must always stay in shape, and keep those 6 Packs in top form. You don’t want people to remember you as this flabby belly hunched over dude, as it is quite unattractive to the opposite sex.
    Unless of course you have a thick 14 incher, cause then the latter gets thrown-out da-window, and the multiple carousel-rides abound, lol. 😉

    1. When ever I see general Indian society (Pakistani’s are basically Muslim Indians) It always looks chaotic and in cohesive. Even the language sounds like a an abrasive mess. The way they handle the victims in the streets of Pakistan or India is so different to western “White” countries. The way they pick people up etc. It’s subtle but also crystal clear. I have seen many accidents and I always notice the difference.

      Technically on paper, everything seems the same. People are hurt and are gathered up and put in Ambulence and transported to hospital. But if you see this happen in say Germany or Denmark or Boston or France or Bristol, and compare it to anywhere in Pakistan or continental India, it’s so different!

      Has anybody here worked in A&E in both the US/Europe and Pakistan/India ? If yes, can you say if everything happens in a very similar way in A&E in terms of how people are handled/treated etc. I’m not really talking about the competency of the actual treatment/ drugs administered, but more the respect and concerned handling of people by complete strangers. This is from a social cohesion point of view?

      1. dannydematio
        Very well said B G Brother. And although I Myself have never worked in A&E In any way, shape, or form, i would be also be interested also in hearing their point of view, or perspective on the matter at hand.

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