Usually when we write about crashes involving all of the different kinds of sports cars, we like ending our stories with "Fortunately no one was hurt." However, this latest sports car crash does not offer us that type of luxury. A 31-year-old was driving at high speeds in his dark gray Nissan GT-R somewhere in Germany when, while taking a dangerous curve, lost control and crashed into a bus. In total, 14 people were hurt and the GT-R’s driver was trapped in the mangled metal of a car until firefighters freed him. Unfortunately, the emergency crew arrived at the crash scene too late and could only pronounce his death.

Thirty passengers were riding along on the bus when the crash occurred with 14 of these passengers suffering a slew of injuries from small cuts and abrasions to cervical trauma. All 14 were transported to a hospital nearby.

No charges will be filed for the reckless driving, but we believe the driver suffered a much more severe fate. We can only end this story with a line of advice: "Drive safely and don’t forget that speed kills!"

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Source: Stol

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7 comments:

  (429) posted on 07.22.2011

I think the government must have some projects like promoting safety precautions while driving a car. This is really a fatal crash. It turns that Nissan into a total mess. They must be careful on driving because it is deadly.

  (1211) posted on 03.28.2011

Even if I heard a lot of news like this, I have to admit that it’s still though, that in every accident many are hurt and the worst is someone needs to die! We should be more careful!

  (387) posted on 03.10.2011

bad crash though. But I think its not that worst. The worst when it burned down. Anyway, the insurance were not smart enough, they should give an discount to that car for attending the car training.

  (449) posted on 01.26.2011

Drivers should be frighten with the stories like this. Should be more careful and be humble on the road!

  (528) posted on 01.26.2011

From the amount of damage inflicted on the front-end of his dark grey GT-R it’s safe to assume the driver must have been traveling at some speed when the accident occurred.

  (647) posted on 12.27.2010

agree, maybe this guys is very in need of speed that’s why he tested his skill but ended up in crash.

  (807) posted on 12.27.2010

No charges will be filed for the reckless driving, but we believe the driver suffered a much more severe fate. We can only end this story with a line of advice: “Drive safely and don’t forget that speed kills!

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