Who drives around with a camera on their helmet, I don’t know. But the video looks absolutely real to me. This biker gets SLAMMED from behind, his bike gets wrecked and he walks away. It’s pretty amazing.
HT The Blaze
February 9, 2011
February 9, 2011 at 9:24 pm
He is blessed not to be hurt!! My doctor friends call motorcycles, Donorcycles. People need to be aware of the bikers on the road!!
February 10, 2011 at 1:12 am
February 10, 2011 at 2:34 am
February 10, 2011 at 12:55 pm
There is no such thing as "luck." There is only divine providence.
The woman driving is, at best, criminally negligent.
Physicians who refer to motorcycles as "donorcycles" typically have a lexicon of demeaning terms for their patients. Stay away from those unethical physicians.
February 11, 2011 at 1:49 am
Yes, providence indeed.
A few weeks ago, driving on the highway, we were passed by a car going 100 mph. Easily. The driver flew by me so fast, that my van rocked in the wake of the car.
The car got about 100 yards ahead of us, weaving in and out of traffic, before the driver lost control, veered from right-to-left across three lanes of traffic, hit the median wall, went back across the three lanes of traffice left-to-right, caught air over the island dividing the highway from an exit ramp, hit the wall by the exit ramp and came to rest back on the island.
Not only did he avoid hitting a single other car, the driver got out of the car and walked. We stayed and called the authorities and provided witness statements. The cops sent us on our way, but I suspect they did arrest the man who was driving…
But it was till a miracle.
February 13, 2011 at 8:19 am
The guy is bent over like I was when I had my crash. I struggled to stand straight and did not understanding why it was so difficult. I think I was in a lot of pain, but the epinepherine (adrenaline) kept me from feeling any it. All the pain was felt later. I only had minor lacerations.
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