An Acura TSX was involved in an unfortunate accident when a car careened out of control, smashing into it. A video was made. An appropriate background music choice was chosen.
No one want to witness the destruction that is an insurance write-off of your pride and joy. Thanks to Todd Grant and his video upload earlier yesterday (Sept. 28, 2015) we witnessed first hand what it looked like to have your car destroyed through the eyes of a security camera that caught the carnage as it unfolded. To memorialize this unfortunate mishap, he took the security footage, placed a soundtrack of Whitney Houston’s “I will always love you” in the background and let the footage roll. The Acura TSX is the first car hit. Grab a box of tissues to wipe away your tears because if you’re a car guy, you’ll definitely sweat around the eyes. Check out the video below.
In the video description, Grant describes what went down,
"At the beginning of the video, my TSX sits along side of the road, unaware of it’s fate. A light, seemingly from the heavens, suddenly illuminates it. Almost as though it’s been selected by the car gods, targeted for destruction. The rest is history. Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You was hilariously apropos for this video so I went with it as background music. At the end, you’ll notice me wandering out of the bar wondering what all of the commotion was about. I stagger over to my wheel in disbelief….and snap one of the pics included in the video.No humans were harmed in the filming of this video."
According to Grant on Facebook, the driver in the car that rolled over had no insurance, no license, arrest warrants, was going 20 miles per hour over the speed limit and a spare tire as one of his wheels. To make matters worse, there was a woman and child in the car as well. If there’s a silver lining to this story it’s that no one was hurt and everyone escaped unscathed.
Things could’ve turned out much worse for the parties involved. Thankfully no one was inside any of the parked cars and the offending vehicle managed to steer clear of property upon rolling over. It’s a bad situation all around, but such is life sometimes.