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Porsche 964 RSR Crash: What would you do?

Posted in Best of, Crashes, European Rides, General, Porsche, Racing, Rides, Videos by MrAngry | September 25th, 2013 | 1 Response |

Porsche RSR Crash

Dealing with an accident face-to-face is not something that most of us ever want to do. For one, what we see may stay with us forever, and two, the majority of people simply freeze up not knowing how to react. This is exactly what happened when rally driver Harry Kleinjan crashed during the Hellendoorn Rally 2013. His Porsche 964 RSR went careening out of control hitting a barrier, which in turn flipped it upside down into a small canal. As you can see there are loads of people standing around, yet no one is rushing to help. That begs the question – faced with an accident where you may be able to help someone, would you?

Porsche 964 RSR Harry Kleinjan Hellendoorn rally 2013

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  1. Cheyner says:

    I used to have a ’96 Cavalier, was in a hurry and came up behind a slow moving truck, checked around it, didn’t see anybody coming so I floored it to pass. As soon as I got out from behind the truck an Intrepid was coming at me head on, ended up being a glancing head-on on the passenger side. I spun around 180 and went into a ditch backwards, the Intrepid spun around a couple of times in the middle of the road. I was out of my car and running to the Intrepid before my car even stopped, gas was pouring out of the Intrepid and the doors had jammed. With all the adrenaline running through me I grabbed the top of the door frame and bent it down, smashing the glass in the process, to get the woman out I had hit. The guy driving the truck couldn’t believe I got out of my car and to her before he had even stopped.
    Everybody was ok, I had huge bruises on my arms from holding the steering wheel so tight when the airbags went off, needless to say, I don’t pass on 2 lane roads very much anymore to say the least.
    As a witness I have stopped more times to help people then I can count, I would want somebody to do the same for me so I always stop if I can.