100 MPH Crash: Video Shows Civic Wrecking Into Mustang At Triple Digit Speeds

Photo Credit: Leticia Juarez via Twitter
Photo Credit: Leticia Juarez via Twitter /

A Honda Civic traveling at triple digit speeds crashed into a Mustang killing the driver.

If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to run from. But according to ABC 7 based out of San Bernardino earlier yesterday night, this driver in a Honda Civic definitely had something he didn’t want caught as he evaded police at triple digit speeds. After a San Bernadino County Sherriff attempted to pull the Honda Civic owner over, the driver sped off instead of stopping. Shortly after, the Civic driver plowed into a Ford Mustang at well over 100- MPH.

According to the report, the Honda Civic driver was killed along with his passenger. Upon further investigation, the police surmised that the driver only had a couple of outstanding warrants and was driving on a suspended license. Check out surveillance video that caught the horrific moments after the initial crash below. Be warned, it’s not necessarily for the feint of heart.

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The force of the crash was so violent that the engine from the Mustang shot out of the Ford and landed in the middle of the street. Fortunately, the driver in the Mustang is expected to make a full recovery and was released from the hospital sometime today.

Defensive driving and being aware of dangerous situations is crucial for everyone on the road today. Although autonomous car technology is literally around the corner, nothing can replace a sharp eye for people of the criminal classes pulling off the worse road stunts in a bid to escape jail time and fines.

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It’s the unfortunate truth, but you never know what dangers lurk around every street corner, sometimes traveling at triple digit speeds. So the next time you’re driving in seemingly normal conditions, at those time be extra wary of motorists with a disregard for their own safety and the safety of others.