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      05-23-2011, 07:15 PM   #1
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Accidents!!! Post Pics of your accidents or ones you came up on!!

i was in the medic and rolled up on this one

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That's just wrong man. We can see the blood and shit.
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Horrible idea for a thread. Twisted.
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Camonnn man.....I'm all for this thread. The disturbing images shared in this thread might make rash drivers change their driving styles. This thread will warn people in this way ''Be careful or you will end up like this''.
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You need to see picture after picture of death and destruction to remember to drive safely?

The thread title alone is towards the weird side IMO.

accidents!!! rolled up on

I have never "rolled up on" a wreck and gotten out and taken a picture of it. Have you?

c'mon man
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Camonnn man.....I'm all for this thread. The disturbing images shared in this thread might make rash drivers change their driving styles. This thread will warn people in this way ''Be careful or you will end up like this''.
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with the E9X ending it's term, most of the newer members are going to be little shits who just got their licenses. i'm all for this as well. yes, the thread title may be a bit insensitive, but still.
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depending on their profession. Just remember the first responder (fire or cop, cannot recall) out in California that posted accident scene pictures of a teen girl in a Porsche wreck and it got all over the net. Parents sued, guy lost job if I recall correctly, but those ones were gruesome, victim shots and all. Guy wasn't very sharp at all, if he'd stopped to think for even a second about what he was doing.

Just be smart and use your head, which also applies to how one should drive and you don't need accident shots for that. Seems more voyeur-based than "educational" here. Best to close this thread, seems illthought out.
This is where my thoughts were/are.
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depending on their profession. Just remember the first responder (fire or cop, cannot recall) out in California that posted accident scene pictures of a teen girl in a Porsche wreck and it got all over the net. Parents sued, guy lost job if I recall correctly, but those ones were gruesome, victim shots and all. Guy wasn't very sharp at all, if he'd stopped to think for even a second about what he was doing.

Just be smart and use your head, which also applies to how one should drive and you don't need accident shots for that. Seems more voyeur-based than "educational" here.

Best to close this thread, seems illthought out.
Man, I was dumb enough 2 google that cause am pretty curious.
That was something I shouldent have done...
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depending on their profession. Just remember the first responder (fire or cop, cannot recall) out in California that posted accident scene pictures of a teen girl in a Porsche wreck and it got all over the net. Parents sued, guy lost job if I recall correctly, but those ones were gruesome, victim shots and all. Guy wasn't very sharp at all, if he'd stopped to think for even a second about what he was doing.

Just be smart and use your head, which also applies to how one should drive and you don't need accident shots for that. Seems more voyeur-based than "educational" here.

Best to close this thread, seems illthought out.
Man, I was dumb enough 2 google that cause am pretty curious.
That was something I shouldent have done...
Wow.. I just googled it too that sucks.. It sucks almost as much as this thread. You have to be a messed up person to think this is a good thread.
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depending on their profession. Just remember the first responder (fire or cop, cannot recall) out in California that posted accident scene pictures of a teen girl in a Porsche wreck and it got all over the net. Parents sued, guy lost job if I recall correctly, but those ones were gruesome, victim shots and all. Guy wasn't very sharp at all, if he'd stopped to think for even a second about what he was doing.

Just be smart and use your head, which also applies to how one should drive and you don't need accident shots for that. Seems more voyeur-based than "educational" here.

Best to close this thread, seems illthought out.
Porsche girl fucked me up for life. I remember when that first happened a link was posted on another forum I was on and I just clicked and started looking. It goes from smashed car pics to a teenage girl with half of her head missing. I am not a squeamish person at all but I almost passed out at my desk.
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Wow.. I just googled it too that sucks.. It sucks almost as much as this thread. You have to be a messed up person to think this is a good thread.
yea, it was pretty disgusting. as long as you keep those stuffs out of the thread (people torn up, etc.) and keep car crashes alone like the pic above, i think it is ok. though, i don't think this will stop people from driving like ssholes
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Kinda glad that I havent seen this Porsche wreak...
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18 wheeler and a local bus tangled. News said no serious injuries but it sure did snarl rush hour.
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Here's a news story that reconfirmed my decision to buy my X3.

http://www.whiotv.com/automotive/19427411/detail.html#

Many SUV rollovers don't end as well.
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Porsche girl fucked me up for life. I remember when that first happened a link was posted on another forum I was on and I just clicked and started looking. It goes from smashed car pics to a teenage girl with half of her head missing. I am not a squeamish person at all but I almost passed out at my desk.
That accident only happened about 3-4 miles from where I live. I've actually been on that toll road numerous times and have seen the toll block she smashed into.

Trust me when I say she must've have been driving extremely reckless for that type of accident to happen. The road is not curved, or difficult to navigate. Only excessive speed, and failure to drive in consideration of other drivers lead to her killing herself in such a gruesome fashion. If anything, it's fortunate she didn't kill the Civic driver that she clipped before her untimely demise.
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I don't think anyone ever doubted that it was extremely excessive speed that caused the catastrophic wreck. I think police pinned her speed at 100mph. She was a very attractive young girl... quite a shame (regardless of looks).
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That's just wrong man. We can see the blood and shit.
Nut up, nancy...
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Nut up, nancy...
lol? It is just a question of respect regarding the persons who got injured in that accident. Not a question of me seeing blood.

Dumb ass.
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lol? It is just a question of respect regarding the persons who got injured in that accident. Not a question of me seeing blood.

Dumb ass.
Like I said. Nut up... 'tard
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Camonnn man.....I'm all for this thread. The disturbing images shared in this thread might make rash drivers change their driving styles. This thread will warn people in this way ''Be careful or you will end up like this''.
thanks it shows how careless driving can get you into some trouble

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You need to see picture after picture of death and destruction to remember to drive safely?

The thread title alone is towards the weird side IMO.

accidents!!! rolled up on

I have never "rolled up on" a wreck and gotten out and taken a picture of it. Have you?

c'mon man
im a FF/EMT and this pic was takin after pt was transported to the hospital

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depending on their profession. Just remember the first responder (fire or cop, cannot recall) out in California that posted accident scene pictures of a teen girl in a Porsche wreck and it got all over the net. Parents sued, guy lost job if I recall correctly, but those ones were gruesome, victim shots and all. Guy wasn't very sharp at all, if he'd stopped to think for even a second about what he was doing.

Just be smart and use your head, which also applies to how one should drive and you don't need accident shots for that. Seems more voyeur-based than "educational" here.

Best to close this thread, seems illthought out.
no where in this pic shows the patient, nor any identifying features ie License plate etc. the reason they were sued in Cali was that there was pictures of the dead girl pics of the license plate etc. that is a HIPPA (patient privacy act) violation.
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