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Must See : Fatal crash at almost 200kph

Morata

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Fatal crash at almost 200kph


Shanghai Daily, June 30, 2015



A BMW driver whose car was involved in a fatal collision with a Mazda in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, on June 20 was traveling at almost 200 kilometers per hour, police said yesterday.

Wang Jijin, 35, is in custody while an investigation into the accident continues.

The male and female occupants of the Mazda died at the scene while the driver of a taxi sustained slight injuries.

Police said Wang, a local businessman, had tested negative for drink or drugs.

The driver of the Mazda was identified as Xue Wei, 25. His family said he had been giving a colleague, Liu Jia, a lift.

According to a local TV channel, the three families met two days after the accident when Wang's wife and his father are said to have apologized to the victims' families and gave each 50,000 yuan (US$8,055). However, Xue's father said the money wasn't enough to cover funeral expenses, it reported.

A witness surnamed Lu told the Modern Express newspaper that the two occupants of the Mazda were thrown from the vehicle on impact. The Mazda then hit the side of an empty bus.

"I saw the Mazda spinning around in mid-air," Lu said. "Its seats, tires and car battery, and their belongings, like bank cards and cash were scattered everywhere."

The BMW stopped after hitting the taxi. Wang is said to have run off but police caught him about 400 meters from the scene, the paper reported.
 

Pootin

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Reckless are Tiongs whenever they go.

Your safety is at risk when u travel with them by air and they open the plane doors in mid flight.

And now this druggie speed monster after Ma Chi
 

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Fatal crash at almost 200kph


Shanghai Daily, June 30, 2015



A BMW driver whose car was involved in a fatal collision with a Mazda in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, on June 20 was traveling at almost 200 kilometers per hour, police said yesterday.

Wang Jijin, 35, is in custody while an investigation into the accident continues.

The male and female occupants of the Mazda died at the scene while the driver of a taxi sustained slight injuries.

Police said Wang, a local businessman, had tested negative for drink or drugs.

The driver of the Mazda was identified as Xue Wei, 25. His family said he had been giving a colleague, Liu Jia, a lift.

According to a local TV channel, the three families met two days after the accident when Wang's wife and his father are said to have apologized to the victims' families and gave each 50,000 yuan (US$8,055). However, Xue's father said the money wasn't enough to cover funeral expenses, it reported.

A witness surnamed Lu told the Modern Express newspaper that the two occupants of the Mazda were thrown from the vehicle on impact. The Mazda then hit the side of an empty bus.

"I saw the Mazda spinning around in mid-air," Lu said. "Its seats, tires and car battery, and their belongings, like bank cards and cash were scattered everywhere."

The BMW stopped after hitting the taxi. Wang is said to have run off but police caught him about 400 meters from the scene, the paper reported.
Recalled the fatal accident that happened in the wee hours on Bugis-Victoria Street Junction. A taxi driver and a passenger was killed fatally when a speeding ferrari beating the red light smashed right into the taxi.

The ferrari driver was a Chinese national. He died on the spot.


Moral of the story : Buy BMW
 
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Leongsam

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Small overlap results for 3 large luxury cars run the gamut; Infiniti Q70 earns good rating, TOP SAFETY PICK+ award


ARLINGTON, Va. — Results for three large luxury cars put through the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's small overlap front test for the first time are a mixed bag, with the Infiniti Q70 achieving a good rating, the Lincoln MKS earning a poor rating, and the BMW 5 series earning a marginal. The MKS and 5 series are the worst performers out of seven large luxury cars tested so far for small overlap protection.

In the test of the Q70, the driver space was maintained reasonably well, and the dummy's movement was properly controlled. The dummy's head hit the front airbag, which stayed in place, and the side curtain airbag provided sufficient coverage to protect the head from side structure and intruding objects. Measures taken from the dummy showed low risk of any significant injuries in a crash of this severity.

The good small overlap rating applies to the 2014-15 Q70 and the 2013 Infiniti M, as the car was previously called. With good ratings in the Institute's four other crashworthiness evaluations and an available front crash prevention system, the Q70 qualifies for the 2014 IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+ award.

The performance of the Lincoln MKS in the small overlap test couldn't have been more different. The driver space was severely limited after the crash, with the structure pushing in as much as 12 inches. The steering column moved 5 inches inward and 6 inches to the right. The dummy's head barely contacted the front airbag before sliding off the left side and hitting the instrument panel. Injury measures from the dummy showed that left hip injuries would be likely and left knee and lower leg injuries would be possible. The vehicle's poor rating applies to 2009-15 models.

The BMW 5 series performed somewhat better, earning a marginal rating. Like the MKS, the 5 series also saw as much as 12 inches of intrusion. However, there was considerably less intrusion in the upper interior. The dummy's movement was well controlled, with both the front and side airbags doing their jobs. Injury measures indicated that left leg injuries would be likely. The marginal rating applies to 2011-15 models.


 
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