Watch This Truck Throw Its Driveshaft Into a Crowd
Miraculously, no one was killed.
We'll keep this short and sweet: Last Saturday night, at a demolition derby in Heber City, Utah, a truck threw its driveshaft into the grandstands 30 rows deep. And the entire incident was caught on camera—from multiple angles.
Miraculously, no one was killed when the three-foot-long chunk of metal flew into the crowd, according to Wasatch County Parks and Recreation director Tom Bonner, although three people were injured and taken to area hospitals.
Now that you know you can watch these with a (more or less) clear conscience, check out the videos below. We're all well aware that's what we came here for.
(Skip ahead to 0:17 if you're in a hurry.)
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