Horrible deadly car crash accident at Shane’s Park, Australia

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The speedometer in the wreckage was stopped between 200km/h and 210km/h.and police tries to understand why the car actually reached that speed before impact. The sound of impact was a big bang, local residents in the area said. As they describe, excessive speed is an issue of that road.

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“Cars often sped up and down the road at all hours of the night. This road, it’s like a racetrack for them,” a woman said. It was raining at the time. “He was a happy outgoing person,” Mr Williams’ mother declared to media. Stony Creek Rd was temporarily closed. Previously describing aa accident with impact at 200km/h, Amrit Toor, an engineer and accident-reconstruction expert with Vancouver-based Intech Engineering, said:  “That’s not a survivable collision.The forces are monumental.” “A car crash is governed by the immutable physical laws,” he added. A crash at 200 kilometres per hour is 16 times worse than one at 50 kilometres per hour. And more, a car doing 200 km/h sets the stage for what traffic engineers call an “unalerted reaction.” In fact, “at 200 kilometres an hour, you are a projectile,” a police officer said.

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