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How to crash a truck. Into a plane.

Truck vs. Boeing

07/05/2014 12:25 |  Comments: 

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Today's video: how to crash your truck into a UPS Boeing and cause serious damage.

In Miami, Florida one reckless and very ignorant driver either missed to notice a huge white airplane, or even worse, thought that the truck would fit under the Boeing. It didn't.

After hitting the plane and crushing the van's box and causing serious damage to the Boeing's airframe the driver left the truck. To top all that, the co-driver jumped behind the wheel and reversed swiftly, almost hitting a ground handler behind the truck.

I wonder what the costs of the delay of the flight and the repair of the plane will amount to.

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