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    Default 9 vehicle wreck caught on video

    Watch this accident unfold from a video camera that caught the entire accident.
    The truck made those cars spin, bounce and roll like bowling pins.

    Video shows deadly nine vehicle pileup on I-5 in Sacramento
    A carís rear dash cam captured a fatal multi-vehicle crash that occurred on a California interstate on Tuesday.
    The crash occurred around 5:40 p.m. on September 8 on southbound I-5 at Florin Road in Sacramento, California.
    The crash ultimately involved nine vehicles, one of which was a semi truck hauling a load of plywood.


    https://cdllife.com/2020/video-shows...in-sacramento/

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    Default Re: 9 vehicle wreck caught on video

    Wow. Close look at video , semi trailer seems to wobble an instant before impact as if driver realized
    traffic was stopped and he (she) had no where to go. Brakes? No sign of smoke from sliding tires.

    Looked like the lane the camera car was in , was moving at a good pace , just the inner lanes stopped.
    What kind of car has rear facing camera other than a back-up camera? On the edge of the screen
    the side of the camera car can be seen, so camera may be mounted on rear view mirror bracket?

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    Default Re: 9 vehicle wreck caught on video

    Quote Originally Posted by x475 View Post
    Wow. Close look at video , semi trailer seems to wobble an instant before impact as if driver realized
    traffic was stopped and he (she) had no where to go. Brakes? No sign of smoke from sliding tires.

    Looked like the lane the camera car was in , was moving at a good pace , just the inner lanes stopped.
    What kind of car has rear facing camera other than a back-up camera? On the edge of the screen
    the side of the camera car can be seen, so camera may be mounted on rear view mirror bracket?
    Tesla's have those cameras.

    Your right, no sign of braking by the truck.
    That was an "oh sheet" moment.

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    Last edited by fxstc07; 09-10-2020 at 11:55 AM.

 

 

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