March 24th, 2008
Near Tulsa, Oklahoma
7:34 PM, 19:34
Waylon Carr, a 27 year-old rally driver, was testing out his brand new 1986 Chevrolet S10.
He asked his friend to join testing that beast on a drag-racing strip.
At 120 mp/h, something went terribly wrong.
His Chevy's front left axle broke, causing the car to violently steer to the left.
The vehicle smashed into a concrete barricade going 113 mp/h.
The impact was so big, the car wasn't anything more than porridge and cabbage.
Waylon Carr: Dead on impact. His body and head were totally crushed, with guts hanging out.
Waylon's friend: Died in the ambulance. Internal bleeding, slit throat and both legs crushed. Not to mention the ribcage, collapsed lung and dislocated hip.
1986 Chevrolet S10 Drag
2008 KME Predator
2007 Gavril MV4 Police
2006 Chevrolet Ambulance
Drunk man drived too fast and crashed into a rock.
the car was repaired.
Well, because, for the most part, I've lost all intrest in RoR, you can reply to this thread, I probably won't reply to you. If I've been dormant for a while, you know why.
Nice crash simulations.
Crash description: The MV4R was showing off when he lost control at 130mph went over the median and hit the Zeta head on.
Cars involved:Gavril MV4R and Zeta
Injuries (if any): MV4R driver: dead passenger: dead Zeta driver: dead passenger: paralyzied and a horribly disfigured body. After 39 surguries(forgot how to spell it) he died. R.I.P.
Last edited by ferraridude101; 08-27-12 at 10:32 PM.
Crash Description: on Monday august 27 2012. At 6:19pm(hawaii time) tony dugo was heading west bound on the road, and herald monrow was also heading west. Tony tried to over take Herald and hit a patch of gravel and lost control. He hit the aircraft hanger at 87mph and headed east and got pinned under the trailer.
Injuries (If Any):Herald suffered a mild stroke and concussion. Tony was killed on impact with the wall, and then was de-headed by the trailer. neither autopsy nor biopsy were able due to the severity of Tonys condition
Map Used:Road and village
Chevy & Kenworth fan...
Hello everybody! Kaspar's back in the house! Sorry for being away, I was on a vacation and my laptop isn't very RoR-friendly.
June 23rd, 1974
On a bright summer day, Dennis Weavington and his wife, Mary, were hiking in Arizona desert.
The two spotted something gray beside the road. When they got closer, they saw it was a car.
Dennis, a car salesman, reckognized it. It was a 1967 Gavril Bandit 200.
Nobody was inside and there was no blood.
Mary then noticed a wheel on the road. It was the front-left tire.
Oddly, the driver had left a note inside that car.
According to that note, the driver was then-18 year-old woman named Erika.
She had lost control over the car after its wheel came off.
It had flipped several times and then stopped beside the road.
Because the road was so rarely used, she decided to abandon the car.
There were probably some truckers who also stopped their trucks to read the note and investigate.
But, because it was rarely used, only a very few truckers.
None, according to that letter.
1967 Gavril Bandit 200
I took lessons from Kaspar and this is my first crash by his template
29th of December 2011
-10 degrees Celsius
On a freezing cold day in Mt Shell, Johnny Weave, a limousine driver for a succesful business man Mark Vower was preparing for a trip down the mountain. He didn't notice that the steering rack was about to fail so he hit the road, but before the first corner, when he turned the steering wheel, he heard a loud noise, it was the steering rack that just broke. He hit the brakes but the car went ahead like it was accelerating because of the black ice. They fell off the cliff and they hit the ground so violently that after the first contact the car was a pancake. After a few rollovers the car's length was halfened. It finally landed in a small gap between the road and the mountain's wall. Luckily they jumped right before the car flew so they escaped with minor bruises. There was a crane operator that finished his job and was heading home. When he saw the squished car, he stopped and checked it. He saw there is nobody inside and no blood marks so he decided to call his friend and take the car outta there. But right after he lifted the car the crane sild for a few centimeters on it's feet. Luc, the crane operator was scared a bit but he continued his lifting. When his friend arrived, he loaded the car and told him to go. David, the trucker, went down the mountain and succesfully reached to a safe zone. Luc also reached the safe zone but his crane skid on the black ice and he hit the left window. Johnny and Mark were taken by a helicopter to the nearest hospital to be checked by a doctor.
Johnny: minor bruises on the legs and arms from rolling on the icy road
Mark: minor bruises and a cut on the left leg because he was hit a broken glass
Luc: a head bump
Kenworth T800 extended flatbed
Chinook CH-47(not in the pics)
PICS NOT IN ORDER
This crash happened randomly when I was testing out 0.39.5
I decided it was good enough so I put a story behind it and post it here :>
9th March, 1993
Brockway is a peaceful, idyllic city in Saskatchewan, Canada.
St. Janis Highway is a highway that surrounds Brockway. It was just finished.
People of Brockway rarely used it though, because it wasn't connected to anything yet.
Connection to another city, Carolinville, was still under construction.
Only gas station and highschool were something that you could visit by this road.
Hannah Lynn was rushing her son, Derrick, to school, because he was getting late.
Because it was exam day, she pushed pedal to the metal.
Her speed was nearing 120 mp/h.
On a corner, she lost control over her car and almost flipped.
She hit the guardrail, which flinged her car onto the oncoming lane.
The car, Chevrolet S10, then hit another guardrail and again, flinged, onto the grass.
The two were both rushed to the hospital and into intensive care.
Hannah and Derrick were extremely lucky, because the trees had been cut down around the town,
and there weren't any cars driving on the oncoming lane, due to construction and lack of need.
They both survived the accident.
Hannah: Whiplash, dislocated hip, broken arm and leg, sprained ankle, internal and external bleeding.
Derrick: Broken ribcage, dislocated arm, external bleeding, and broken nose
The car was scrapped
Images: (sorry about the hud, it can't be hidden)
Hi, all. As I said before, I won't be on here nearly as much anymore, but I just wanted to remind you AND Kaspar of something:
I want you ALL to use the template PROVIDED, please. Don't modify it when posting. Raydan, I'm not sure what you mean by taking lessons from Kaspar nor do I understand what you mean by using his template, but I wanted to remind you that even though I will be on LESS, I will still be ON. I'm still the owner of this thread, so don't come up with any ideas that you're the new "owner" of Realistic Crashes because Wheels left. I didn't leave, I'll just be on MUCH LESS. Kaspar, again, I do like your template, and I think it's okay for you to use it, but please don't tell anyone else to use it. I don't know what the whole "lessons" thing is, and I appreciate you telling people how to post in my thread, but if you do, tell them to use THE TEMPLATE PROVIDED. There is only one template. Different people don't have different templates, there is ONE TEMPLATE and it is REQUIRED.
Sorry for the minor outburst, and if I misunderstood the situation PM me and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
sorry.. he didn't tell me to use that template.. he just told me how to make a nice crash.. I'm sorry and from now on I WILL use that template
Oh no. It isn't a template. I just gave him some crash ideas- the template stays the same.
Anyway, I use the same template as on the front page, well, almost. Sometimes I don't know what are the damages to the car, so I'll leave that out.
Anyway, sorry for the misunderstandings.
"Hello, it's 8 am and you're listening to The Wild News. I'm Leanne Forjay.
Our top story: 6 killed in a tragic car accident yesterday afternoon on Californian Route 66. 4 college students from northern Tallahassee crashed into several rocks after losing control over their Alexis Saber, a popular Chinese car brand. 3 wheels blew off and one of them hit a couple near Denbrook's Café. The students and the couple were instantly killed. This is the 23rd lethal accident involving Alexis Saber this month in California.
The governor of California commented: "We are trying to pass a legislation, which would ban all Chinese automobiles from the streets, due to extremely bad safety results. Alexis is, of course, one of them,"
Alexis makes cheap sports cars, thus being very popular among teens and young adults.
In other news, highway patrol..."
All of them are dead.
Around $2000. Scrapped.
Note the wheels. And please say something in the thread so I can post another one.