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Desc:Weather caused massive pileup in Michigan.
Category:Accidents & Explosions, News & Politics
Tags:Car, crash, accident, truck, fireworks
Submitted:magnesium
Date:01/11/15
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Old_Zircon
Stars for submission/submitter synergy.
Maggot Brain
I vote that we do this every year!
Nominal
Wasn't there a 2nd truck filled with explosives that also went off? Natural gas or something?
infinite zest
There was the tanker filled with acid.. it looks like all but one person survived the entire pileup.

Sanest Man Alive
Now that Death's whacked this fate-dodger, he'll have to come up with an even more convoluted means to murder the next guy. Probably involving a dippy drinking bird, a vat of ice cream and a conveniently finicky turboprop engine.

That guy
FUUUUUUUUUUUUCKIINNNN HHELLLLLLL YEEAAAAAHHHH!!!!!!!
Gmork
Yeah, the WEATHER caused this. Not human idiocy. Right.

::more cars smash into each other like the crash mode from burnout 3::
infinite zest
It's hard to say. Basically, commuters are so used to this weather every year in the Midwest that they just sort of assume everybody else is too. A collision is more likely to be caused by driving slowly on the freeway actually, because who knows what the people you can't see behind you are doing. So really, it's just going with the flow. It snows in Oregon but rarely in the Willamette Valley, so it's not unusual to see everyone driving at about 15 down a 65mph freeway, and every 8 years or however many times it snows here (I fucking hate snow) the worst accidents you hear about are often fender benders from people sliding into other cars, but if you're used to going 55 on your commute and have done so every day, you're expecting something like this about as much as you are getting struck by lightning.

SolRo
"A collision is more likely to be caused by driving slowly on the freeway actually, because who knows what the people you can't see behind you are doing."


AKA; human idiocy

SolRo
And it actually doesn't, that myth itself is human idiocy.

I've been driving considerably slower than traffic for years now, in southern California of all places, and no one has rear ended me despite idiotic high-speed driving being our biggest product.

infinite zest
SolRo I meant slow driving in conditions where visibility's next to nothing and the roads are slippery, not necessarily driving down a relatively clear LA day. Last time I had to take the freeway (LA drivers may be known for their speeding but Portland drivers are known for their stupidity, like 3-lane changes going 70 right out in front of the guys going 70 next to him) so I usually stick to about 50, and people can go around me if they want to but I'm in no danger of getting clipped.

EvilHomer
>> And it actually doesn't, that myth itself is human idiocy.


Do you a source on this, other than a personal anecdote?

http://tinyurl.com/SlowRo

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