Seventh-generation driver Nissan Maxima After turning around and hitting a gas pump on a California highway, he was lucky to be alive. A nearby surveillance camera captured the fiery incident.
Firefighters in Ceres, a small town about 80 miles south of Sacramento, told the local news channel CBS 13 The 23-year-old woman driving a car lost control on Highway 99 and jumped off the side of the road, then rammed a pump at a Shell gas station at a very fast speed. She traveled with 4 and 5 year old children; miraculously, no one was injured.
The impact force was enough to knock the pump off the concrete foundation, causing a relatively small fire and crushing it Maxima Onlookers watched or fled in horror.Red driver Chevrolet Tahoe It’s lucky to be alive. In the movie, the director will undoubtedly stage a series of amazing explosions, and then a shot of the crater where the station was once. In fact, the pump’s built-in safety system (including the emergency shear valve) shuts off the fuel flow immediately after impact to prevent a more damaging and potentially fatal fire. Modern air pumps are designed to withstand severe collisions as shown in the video above.
The firefighters put out the fire in time, so the loss was quite slight. The police accused the woman of drunk driving (DUI) And child hazards. As for the Maxima, it is toast.