Shocking video shows two cars ‘crash without even touching’ as ‘terrible drivers’ are slammed
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A clip of a road accident has gone viral after the two vehicles involved managed to crash without actually touching.
You can watch the bizarre video below:
Halfway through the clip, both automobiles decided to navigate into the middle lane. However, after sensing danger, the car on the right attempted to swerve back before eventually losing control and swerving off.
In a chain reaction of events, the car on the left also began to spin off before eventually crashing into the road’s median.
Amazingly, neither car touched each other in the build-up to the crash and managed to completely avoid each other after spinning out of control.
Since the clip was posted on X (formerly Twitter) it has wracked up over 1.5 million views and has collected over 250 comments from viewers.
After watching the video, one X user said: “There's an evil spirit on that road, this is no coincidence.”
A second commented: “Looked like a Hollywood scene at a point.”
“They probably think they're in a GTA video game,” replied another.
A more sceptical viewer wrote: “It looks like a staged video. There is absolutely no reason for two drivers to show madness in a synchronised manner.”
Another replied praising the third party for recording the incident on their dashcam. They said: “Good for the dude making this video. This could have gone bad for him too. Really bad drivers!”
“Sentence them to 10 mandatory hours of Gran Turismo,” joked a sixth X user.
Earlier this week, a warning was issued to BMW drivers after research revealed that the brand is the most likeliest car to cause a crash.
A study published in the Journal of Social Marketing analysed 400,000 UK road accidents and found that Beemer drivers were significantly more likely to drive recklessly.
Meanwhile, Skoda vehicles were found to be one of the safest on the road today.
Speaking about the research, Alan Tapp, professor of social marketing at the University of the West of England, said: “All things being equal, you’d expect the same proportion of aggressive manoeuvres across all types."
A spokesperson for BMW said: “Nothing is more important than safety… This is also reflected in the way in which we market our cars in the UK and we spend a great deal of time and care in meeting the high standards set by the Advertising Standards Authority.”