Two Photos

My friend Antony sent me this.

Make sure you view picture 1 carefully before viewing 2.

A truly remarkable incident proving again, you ain’t gonna, go until you’re actually wanted!

This is an interesting, even breathtaking couple of photos.
Be sure to read the 1st caption below the picture before going to the 2nd photo.
Look closely at the first photo take your time, then scroll down very slowly.

Look at the picture above and you can see where this driver
Broke through the guardrail, on the right side of the culvert,
Where the people are standing on the road, pointing….

The pick-up was traveling about 75 mph from right to left
When it crashed through the guardrail.

It flipped end-over-end and bounced off and across the culvert outlet,

And landed right-side up on the left side of the culvert,
Facing the opposite direction from which the driver was traveling.

The 22-year-old driver and his 18-year-old passenger
Were unhurt except for minor cuts and bruises.

Just outside Flagstaff, AZ, on U.S. Hwy 100.

Now, look at the second picture below…

53 thoughts on “Two Photos

  1. Outstanding luck, when it’s your time, it’s your time.
    makes me remember a call I went to, car over barrier Edgeware Rd flyover, landed wedged in the enterance of subway not a sign of anyone injured and no driver found a mystery for the police (thank goodness) just one of many weird calls we can all relate to.

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  2. Pete, this has been verified by Snopes, except that they say the accident happened on Hwy. 59 in Hurricane, Utah. If so, I’ve traveled that road quite a few times, as that is one of the primary routes to Zion National Park.
    I also found this:
    I was a little bit skeptical of this claim that it occurred in Hurricane, despite my familiarity with the road, but I guess that’s where it happened. The driver was from Arizona, apparently.

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