At least they recorded it.
Now there's concrete evidence.
@The Goshdarn Batman, At least that car is in cement condition
@The Goshdarn Batman, #bestcomments
@The Goshdarn Batman, that's going to be....................a solid case. 😎
@The Goshdarn Batman, who is ASPHALT for this?
@The Goshdarn Batman, comments like these make me wish I could download videos with comments below
They deserve what they got. They’re dam lucky that’s all that happened
You made me ink!!
This one brings joy
I get so annoyed by people who choose to stop their car and stand still as a response to turning in front of you, I know they are too flustered, but it gets me
When you’ve been holding your shït in on a hot summer day, all day and you finally make it home. Running to the toilet and all your shït starts pouring out
"Oh oh..oooo... I'm sorry. This never happens."
“These are their stories.”
@CRIZZLE290, dun dun
Lucky he had good brakes instead of spinning the wheel to the left and sliding into the gas station
Driver’s window: open
Why is the spout in front of the truck and not behind? Around here it's never in front it's always behind the truck. Slam on the brakes all you want it won't go sloshing forward. Idiot still got what they deserved for pulling out in front of traffic.
@Bonersaurus, this is what I wondered. Even if an idiot hadn't pulled out in front of them, when they stop at a red light this could have happened anyway
@Bonersaurus, some models of these construction vehicles, seem to be made with a "front" orientation. Best guess is it's easier to drive forwards into a location. Could also be they use a "front" dispensing version for inner city areas so it takes less time lining up the spout from the vehicles to save time, and a "back" dispensing version for longer trips from the source and/or for large construction sites with more room to maneuver. Honestly, I have no idea.
And as the vid had a caption top right with America in it.... The driver of the white SUV never looked for oncoming traffic when leaving the lot on the right of the road...also seemed to "idle/inch out" in front of the cement truck... The driver of the truck is a hero for not swerving heavily(likely to the left) and possibly tipping the vehicle over ONTO THE SUV.. but as physics is a B!7€#, the cement, more of a liquid as shown, had to rock/crash/flow forwards because momentum. Where a crash COULD have happened, this is least bad