See the Motorcycle?
A picture is worth a thousand words.
The Honda rider was traveling at such a "very high speed", his reaction time was not sufficient enough to avoid this accident. Swedish Police estimate a speed of ~250 KM/h (155mph) before the bike hit the slow moving car side-on at an intersection. At that speed, they predicted that the rider's reaction time (once the vehicle came into view) wasn't sufficient enough for him to even apply the brakes. The car had two passengers and the bike rider was found INSIDE the car with them. The Volkswagen actually flipped over from the force of impact and landed
All three involved (two in car and rider) were killed instantly. This graphic demonstration was placed at the Stockholm Motorcycle Fair by the Swedish Police and Road Safety Department. The sign above the display also noted that the rider had only recently obtained his license.
At 250 KM (155 mph) the operator is traveling at
[Collected via e-mail, October 2009]
Do you see the motorcycle?
The Honda crotch rocket rider was traveling at approximately
All three involved (two in the car and the bike rider) were killed instantly. This graphic demonstration was placed at the Motorcycle Fair by the Police and Road Safety Department.
Pass this on to car drivers or soon to be new drivers, or new motorcycle owners AND ESPECIALLY EVERYONE YOU KNOW WHO HAS A CELL PHONE!!!!! A picture is worth a thousand words.
Wake up people , Stop talking on Cell phones and Texting while trying to drive. Put your Cell phone in the back seat !!!
Origins: These photographs of the grisly results of a car-motorcycle collision have been circulating since at least as far back as November 2005. Originally they were presented as pictures of an exhibit at the Stockholm Motorcycle Fair, showing the aftermath of an inattentive motorcyclist's hitting a slow-moving car at the astonishing speed of
According to Swedish newspapers, the accident involving the pictured vehicle took place in that country in
None of the news accounts we found mentioned the driver of the struck vehicle's having been talking on a cell phone at the time of the collision or stated the speed at which the motorcycle was traveling just before the accident.
Last updated: 24 August 2014