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Just got sent this CRAZY powerpoint showing a horrific accident involving an RS6. You're gonna want to see this.
 

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Is the powerpoint visible or is it not working? If not working, can anyone tell me how to upload...:dunno:
 

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Hit the "edit" button, then "go advanced", then find the "manage attachments" button at the bottom. There you can upload the file that is obviously saved on your desktop.
 
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Hopefully that worked...
 

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He should be dead, -lucky indeed.
 

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Anyway to post the pictures? I'm at work and can't download.....
 

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Just for you tim
 

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Thank you sir.......

I have seen this before. Amazing the guy survived.....
 

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I saw these pics a year or two ago, and saved the PowerPoint file in a folder. The really weird thing is that I just looked at it again this morning before this post came up! Talk about strange timing.

I wonder how the hell that guy got out without a scratch.

Edit: For those that have not seen this before, the driver is the guy standing next to the dude in the black hat.
 

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Damn, how does that even happen? Love how the only area unaffected was the driver seat...
 

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In Los Angeles County, we would want to transport this guy to a trauma center just because of the mechanism of injury. Very, very lucky to be alive, unbelievable that he is standing.
 

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About six inches of body paneling and a few wires are all that kept that car from being sheered into two separate pieces.

This must have been an incredible accident....what did he hit?? Doesn't seem to be another car in the area and that tree looks un-touched. :dunno:

Needless to say...lucky to be alive.
 

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About six inches of body paneling and a few wires are all that kept that car from being sheered into two separate pieces.

This must have been an incredible accident....what did he hit?? Doesn't seem to be another car in the area and that tree looks un-touched. :dunno:

Needless to say...lucky to be alive.
You took the words right out of my head... !
 

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Amazing crash- damn lucky.

But I don't see any damage on the tree?

Or is this a special "Rubber tree"?

Some does not add up here.
 

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look at the second picture you can see the actual tree he hit first its split. the tree in the first picture is not the tree he hit that caused the damage, that tree probably just spun the car around.
 

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The first time I saw these pictures my thoughts were comparative to all those saying "Very lucky to be alive".

Now, as I scrutinize the photos more and focus on the driver's seat, I can't help but hear Bill Murray in my head yelling "And the flowers are STILL STANDING!".



Does that make me horrible?
 
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