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[ACCIDENT] High Speed Corvette Crash Causes Chain Reaction Wreck in Norway

by Keith Cornett on May 8, 2014

[ACCIDENT] High Speed Corvette Crash Causes Chain Reaction Wreck in Norway

Corvettes and Dodge Ram pickups are a common sight here in the States but over in Norway we have to think they are an uncommon sight. Especailly when the Corvette is smashed to hell and the Dodge Ram Pickup is laying on its side. Throw in an Audi A4 for good measure and that’s the end result from a high speed crash that recently occured outide of Oslo, Norway.

The story goes that the Corvette was traveling at a high rate of speed on the E6 highway when the driver lost control, bouncing off a barrier on the left side and then careening over a ditch on the right side of the highway. In true American fashion, the Corvette jumped out of the ditch and hit an oncoming Audi A4 in the side. A Dodge Ram pickup hit the rear of the Audi and then drove over it and landed on its side.

The scene of the accident was quite impressive with bits and pieces of car parts everywhere. The Corvette was particularly devastated with both the front and back smashed inward and the drivers side door panel completed ripped away.

The good news is that despite the mangled cars and truck, no serious injuries were reported. The Corvette driver supposedly had cuts to his head while one of the two persons in the Dodge Ram pickup suffered a “minor” fracture to the back.

[ACCIDENT] High Speed Corvette Crash Causes Chain Reaction Wreck in Norway [ACCIDENT] High Speed Corvette Crash Causes Chain Reaction Wreck in Norway [ACCIDENT] High Speed Corvette Crash Causes Chain Reaction Wreck in Norway


Source:
GT Spirit

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