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How does anyone survive on Russia’s roads?

No wonder everyone seems to have dashboard cameras — the insurance company would never believe it if you told them that an HGV reversed at high speed across the central reservation and into oncoming traffic! But that’s not the least of it.

Some fairly bad crashes in here, but it isn’t a snuff movie. There are doubtless some bruised and battered folk, but no fatalities.

(I just realised this was linked to the wrong video, now corrected. Watching it again I was reminded of the amazing low-flying aircraft, of which there are several, and the many other bizarre incidents. Not just crashes…)

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