Glory to Toyota engineers: the driver survived after the car was crumpled by a wagonMarch 22, 2019
The driver of a small two-seater Toyota MR2 Spyder got into a very unpleasant situation. Early in the morning he was driving to work, when a bucket fell out of a pickup truck moving slightly ahead. Scott Shepard attempted to overtake him, but lost control of his 2001 MR2 Spyder and put him under a wagon.
After hitting the front of the Toyota was crushed, which led to catastrophic damage to the car. The dashboard squeezed into the cabin, the steering wheel pressed the driver to the seat, and the convertible top simply collapsed onto it. The man took off his shoes, tore off the roof, and then bent her frame to get out of the twisted cabin. However, despite the terrible damage to the car, Scott Shepard escaped with only minor injuries.
He noted that he was very grateful to the company, whose specialists had carefully worked on the Toyota MR2 Spyder for its safety. “Glory to Toyota engineers,” Shepard wrote on social networks.
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