The white car was parked shortly before the black car ran into it. In the laws of road traffic its an open and shut case. Hopefully the lady who was driving the black car is properly insured.
Cops gather around a car that looks really damaged from its accident. I wonder why there are so many around. Maybe the scene is the aftermath of a high speed chase involving the driver of the car. It certainly doesn’t look promising. Hopefully the driver is safe.
With a hood this badly damaged the driver must have run head first into another vehicle or something even stronger. Fortunately, aside from being deafened by the fury of the crash, there was no record of any other complication.
A car running into a tree is common enough. A car running into a submarine? Now that’s just weird. But that’s exactly what happened in this picture. Captured in 1960, there is no explaining how this freak accident occurred. Maybe the car was a land based torpedo?
You should be looking in the top right corner. A car appears to be hanging at the edge of a car park. As it turns out this isn’t an accident (or an almost accident). Instead it’s an ad that is being run by an insurance company. They certainly got everyone’s attention.
A damaged bumper and shattered engine. Clear signs of run in if ever there was one. With the windscreen intact however, it appears the occupants of the car would have remained protected. Their safety would be even better enhanced with the use of seat belts.
The pictured car (found in the background) reportedly ran into the bus after the driver lost control of the vehicle. The bus knocked down a tree before eventually coming to a stop. Fortunately, none of the bus occupants were gravely hurt.
Much has been said about the efficiency and strength of Renault cars. This picture is a good example. Despite running of the road and knocking down two trees in the process, the occupants of this car still came out relatively unharmed.
Understandably though, the car needed to be repaired a little.
A Ford rear ends a car and this is the result. A smashed hood, a dented engine and a ripped bumper. There is also the psychological trauma of having escaped a near death experience.