A friend took a friend’s car to drive. And he began to show that he knows how to drive perfectly.
But lost control and crashed the car on pole.
A motorist crashed onto a church roof in eastern Germany overnight, after missing a bend in a road, breaking through a barrier and hurtling up a bank.
The bank acted like a springboard, propelling the black Skoda about 35 metres forward and straight into the church’s roof frame, where it remained wedged 7 metres off the ground, police said.
“We’ve never ever had a case of a car landing in a church before,” Chemnitz police spokesman Frank Fischer said.
The 23-year-old driver suffered serious injuries.
The damage to the car, which was extracted from the roof by a crane, amounts to about 10,000 euros ($19,891), police said.
The cost of damage to the church has not yet been estimated.
Police said speed was a possible cause for the accident.
thx to kulmedjudo
If you stay in Paris, and you can actually afford your repayment, you might want to drive your car to Germany during any celebration. 1,147 cars met their end on 2009′s new year’s eve.
It is common for French to torch their other people’s cars on fire as a form of protest to (whatever shit they’re in) show their anger. In fact, there are statistics where authorities monitor, and for 31st of Dec 08, there’s an increase of 30.64% up from 31 Dec 07′s 878 cars.
The staggering thing however, is that throughout 2007, there are more than 43,000 cars set alight, and as an average, each day there are about 100 owners who suddenly find that they might not be able to send their wife to hospital, or that they might just missed the interview for a job they dearly needed.
Cars in a modern society, are as if an individual’s legs. And each person’s daily schedules and routines are planned in a way that the time to travel from one place to another was factor in; burning other people’s cars as a form of protest will create very serious impact on a person’s life. Moreover, cars are oftenly the second most expensive purchase asset of a person, taking years for repayment.
And we all know insurance companies would try and explain that the fire caused was not due natural disaster, and the ones they bought are ……. all that bullshit.