Your first ones were perfect!
NOTE: THIS IS MY 150TH POST CELEBRATION!
Crash Description: This happened during a morning rush hour in October 2001. Jeff Simmons, a (former) FedEx driver in Chicago, Illinois, was angry that he has been paid too little wage while working for FedEx, so he decided to vent rage by damaging one of their step vans. He was driving erratically through downtown Chicago, when suddenly, at the intersection of East Adams Street and South Wabash Avenue, he ran a red light and crashed into a Burnside taxi, flipping it over in the process, then he crashed into a support pylon for the CTA "L" tracks. The Dodge police car that was chasing the van stopped too fast and struck both aforementioned vehicles.
Injuries: The driver of the Burnside taxi died instantly, while the only passenger in the Burnside taxi suffered head injuries and would suffer major headaches for a while after the crash. Jeff (who was soon fire from FedEx) and the police officer (Clarence Leonard) suffered minor injuries. Passengers on both the "L" train and an "L" station located at the intersection were shocked, but weren't injured.
Map Used: Penguinville
Cars Used: Chevrolet Step Van (FedEx), several Burnside Taxis (including the wrecked one), Dodge Police, a couple of Gavrils and four Flxible Metro Ds used for the "L" train.
Images: (the last one shows an overview of the intersection)
Last edited by burbdetdrive; 07-18-12 at 09:21 PM.
The most detailed realistic crash I've done!
Crash Description: It was early afternoon on June 11, 2006. It was a track day at Remington Raceway in Remington, Ohio. James Carlson was racing his Accord, specially modified with 4WD. He was doing the fastest laps, when he went into turn one too fast, lost control, and spun. It seemed to be a little spin, when Jason Morgan, in the Burnside Race, came around the same corner and rammed James. Then it became a case of "all were warned, but none listened," as John Dugan in the MZ2R sideswiped James. Then Charles Zimmer, in the Omega, drove way down on the inside and missed the wreak, but hit the rumble strip, flipped onto the roof, slid, and hit the tire wall. It seemed it was all over, but Mark Ricer, in the Bandit, hit James right, square in the driverside door, pushing him into the passenger seat. Safety crews arrived, shutting down the race for one hour.
Injuries (If Any): James: To everyone's surprise, he escaped injury. Jason: Headache from hitting his head on the steering wheel. John: None. Charles: Headache, Shock. Mark: Cracked ribs, Headache.
Map Used: F1 TestTrack
Car(s) Used: Honda Accord Rallye; Burnside Race; Gavril MZ2R; Gavril Omega 12; Gavril Bandit Extreme; Various emergency and backround vehicles
Last edited by redrobin; 07-20-12 at 08:46 PM.
The Original Troll...
All awesome crashes! Thanks guys for reporting that idiot earlier!
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate; Intel i7 @ 3.5GHz; 32 GB RAM; 64-Bit; 1.36TB Hard Drive; MSI Z87-GD45 Gaming Graphics Card
This is my 4th crash. Comment!
Description: Anthony Fred Hayes and Amanda Hayes were on their honeymoon. They had rented a camping trailer so they wouldn't have to look for hotels to stay in (if you know what I mean )
On their way to New Mexico, they stopped by the road because Amanda was getting a little nauseous.
Amanda was out, crouching and inhaling fresh air, while Anthony opened all of the car doors to let the fresh air come inside the car too.
After some time Anthony started closing the doors, the ones facing the desert first, and when he was about to get to the other side of the car, a 1949 Ford Tudor driven by a 97 year-old Bartholomew Lamcard Fisher, crashed into the doors. The Ford was doing 67 mp/h in a 55 zone.
Sad thing about it is that a 56 year-old coach driver Garry McCreek was closely following him, not keeping much distance.
The Ford flipped, but ended up on wheels. The coach, although trying to brake, smashed into the car.
Anthony and Amanda: Nothing except a shock
B. L. Fisher: Instantly dead. The bus basically took away part of the car.
Garry McCreek: A huge shock, and because of a rod, that was on the seat of a passenger spot, flew right PAST him, he fainted. He would've been killed if that rod had hit him.
Cars involved and damage:
1979 Burnside Wagon -- Doors ripped off and the whole driver's side was messy.
1949 Ford Tudor -- Totalled.
1976 Starbus Coach -- The front was quite broken along with the headlights.
Map used: La Paz (baja track & highway)
Last edited by Kaspar; 07-19-12 at 08:21 PM.
Crash Description: On July 17th, 2012 a chevrolet s10 pickup was traveling on Lark st. in penguinville when a honda accord pulled out infront of it. The S10 struck the passenger side of the accord. The two cars spun after the collision, causing the s10 to roll over. Both drivers were transported to penguinville general hospital. The accord driver is in critical condition.
Injuries (If Any): The s10 driver suffered broken ribs and minor cuts and bruises. The accord driver suffered a dislocated shoulder, broken arm, and multiple head injuries.
Map Used: penguinville
Car(s) Used: honda accord & chevy s10-offroad
Would someone please make some posts? This place is dead...
Colin Craves, a 26 year-old truck driver, and Neil Hunson, a 25 year-old restaurant owner, were two friends driving their off-road vehicles across America.
As they were driving through Penguinville, Missouri, a terrible accident happened.
37 year-old Hank Gumm was speeding with his new '73 Ford Falcon. He was taking a turn on an intersection, but because of his speed, he didn't make it. He tended to the oncoming lane, and smashed into Colin's Toyota Hilux at 52 mp/h. Neil Hunson, because he was closely following Colin, crashed into him with a S-10.
Cars involved and damage:
Ford Falcon: The front was badly damaged, nothing else.
Toyota Hilux: The front and the back were damaged, and the left front tire was broken.
Chevy S-10: Front was so badly damaged, it had to be in the shop for a very long time.
Injuries: Other than headaches and bruises, nothing.
Map used: Penguinville
Last edited by Kaspar; 07-20-12 at 01:30 PM.
Crash Description: This happened during a late afternoon in June 2011. That day, it was race day at the Waterford Hills Road Racing Track near Clarkston, Michigan. Colin Holmes was racing his Ford Falcon GT, when suddenly, he took a turn too fast and spun out of control. A few moments later, a Burnside Race, driven by Alan Walsh, crashed into the Falcon and continued down the track until hitting a wall on the other side. Then James Garrison, driving his Gavril G2X, failed to notice the Falcon and struck it. Finally, Mario Lorenzo crashed his Honda Accord into the Falcon and G2X, then continued, hitting another trackside wall twice. Emergency crews then arrived and cancelled the race.
Injuries (If Any): Colin suffered back injures after being ejected from his Falcon. Alan only suffered a few cuts. James suffered shock as well as a headache when his head hit the steering wheel. Mario suffered major injuries.
Map Used: F1 Test Track
Car(s) Used: Ford Falcon GT, Burnside Race, Gavril G2X and Honda Accord Rally as well as two background KME fire trucks and three background Sprinter ambulances.