Best ejection you'll see this week.


Aftermath of cars (no bodies):


Video of the plane crashing down over Tver Region, Russia


Homophob driver kills several people (LOUD MUSIC)



Exhibitionist struck by road sign

A Russian woman leaned out of the window of a moving car and hit the road sign to death. The 35-year-old native of the Chelyabinsk region died as a result of an accident on the road in the Dominican Republic. As it turned out, she caught her head behind the road sign. For some time the girl stayed in the hospital, but could not save her.


The ending took me out lol

Man livestreams plane crash in Nepal , Jan 15 2023

girl is dying and nobody cares


Grandma gets off bus, trips and falls under its wheel popping her head

Somewhere in LATAM.

Man runs over a thief


Sorry about the music, I couldn't find the clip without it.

@NotYou found the first clip without the music + aftermath(Thanks alot!):

2nd Pov:

3d Pov:

4th Pov(Drone Footage):


Incident Summary:

The Charlottesville car attack was a white supremacist terrorist attack perpetrated on August 12, 2017, when James Alex Fields Jr. deliberately drove his car into a crowd of people peacefully protesting the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one person and injuring 35. Fields, 20, had previously espoused neo-Nazi and white supremacist beliefs, and drove from Ohio to attend the rally.

Fields' attack was called an act of domestic terrorism by the mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia's public safety secretary, the U.S. attorney general, and the director of the FBI.

Fields was convicted in a state court of the first-degree murder of 32-year-old Heather Heyer, eight counts of malicious wounding, and hit and run. He also pled guilty to 29 of 30 federal hate crime charges to avoid the death penalty. He was sentenced to life in prison plus 419 years for the state charges, with an additional life sentence for the federal charges.

Unite The Right Rally and Subsequent Protests:

The Unite the Right rally was a white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, from August 11–12, 2017. Marchers included members of the alt-right, neo-Confederates, neo-fascists, white nationalists, neo-Nazis, Klansmen,[ and far-right militias. Some groups chanted racist and antisemitic slogans and carried weapons, Nazi and neo-Nazi symbols, the Valknut, Confederate battle flags, Deus vult crosses, flags, and other symbols of various past and present antisemitic and anti-Islamic groups. The organizers' stated goals included the unification of the American white nationalist movement and opposing the proposed removal of the statue of General Robert E. Lee from Charlottesville's former Lee Park. The rally sparked a national debate over Confederate iconography, racial violence, and white supremacy.

The rally occurred amid the controversy generated by the removal of Confederate monuments by local governments following the Charleston church shooting in , where a white supremacist shot and killed nine black members, including the minister (a state senator), and wounded others. The rally turned violent after protesters clashed with counter-protesters, resulting in more than 30 injured.

On the morning of August 12, Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency, stating that public safety could not be safeguarded without additional powers. Within an hour, at 11:22 a.m., the Virginia State Police declared the rally to be an unlawful assembly.

The Attack:

At around 1:45 p.m. on August 12, 2017, the Dodge Challenger, driven by Fields, drove at high speed into a crowd of counter-protesters . A police crash reconstructionist estimated the speed at 23–28 miles per hour (37–45 km/h). The car audibly rammed pedestrians and struck a white sedan stopped in the street, accelerating the sedan to 17.1 miles per hour (27.5 km/h). The impact reportedly sent people "flying through the air" over another car near the intersection of Fourth and Water streets. The struck vehicle also hit the maroon minivan ahead, "sending that vehicle into more pedestrians". Seconds after the initial impact, Fields drove in reverse, striking more people, with his car's front bumper scraping the road. Pedestrians who had avoided the attack chased Fields along Fourth Street.

Fields backed up at a high speed for several blocks, and then turned left and sped off down Market Street. A Virginia State Police Bell 407 helicopter, which crashed about three hours later, followed the car and relayed its route to ground units. A deputy stopped and arrested Fields on Monticello Avenue, about 1 mile (1.6 km) from the attack. The deputy waited for backup to arrive, and detective Steven Young came from the police department. According to Young, Fields kept apologizing and asked if anyone was injured. When Young told him that a person had died, Fields appeared shocked and started to cry. Young said that the Dodge had holes in the rear window and heavy front-end damage; Young said that the car was "splattered" with blood and flesh. A pair of blue sunglasses was stuck in the spoiler on the car's trunk.

Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old woman, was fatally injured in the attack, and died at the University of Virginia Medical Center. Initially, 19 injuries were reported, as 20 patients were taken at the University of Virginia Medical Center. In the evening, five people were in critical condition and 14 others were being treated for lesser injuries. Nine people had been discharged and ten remained hospitalized in good condition the next day. Testimony at the preliminary hearing in December 2017 revealed that a total of 35 people were injured.

The Perpetrator, James Alex Fields Jr.:

Fields's father had been killed in a car crash on December 5, 1996, five months before he was born. Fields was born in Kenton, Kentucky on April 26, 1997, and grew up with his mother, Samantha Bloom, a paraplegic, in Florence, Kentucky. Bloom's parents died in a murder-suicide when she was 16 on August 21, 1984, when Bloom's father, 42-year-old self-employed contractor Marvin, killed his 37-year-old ex-wife Judy and himself. After living in southwest Florence for ten years, Bloom and Fields moved to Monclova Township, Lucas County, Ohio, for her job in late 2016.

According to Fields's high-school history teacher, Derek Weimer, Fields was diagnosed with schizophrenia and prescribed an antipsychotic medication for anger management. Fields later told a judge that he was receiving treatment for bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Until his arrest in Charlottesville, Fields worked for about two years as a security guard in Ohio; he earned US$10.50 per hour and his income was $650 every two weeks. Fields's mother told the Toledo Blade that he had "recently moved out on his own." According to acquaintances, Fields "filled his time" playing video games and working at a local grocery store.

Fields threatened his mother with violence on multiple occasions. In November 2010, she locked herself in a bathroom, afraid of her son. She told the police that he took her phone, struck her head, put his hands over her mouth, and threatened to beat her after she told him to stop playing video games.

In February 2011, Fields's mother reported to the police at 5:20 a.m. that he had not come home; she said that he was wearing a T-shirt and shorts. Two hours later, she reported to the police that Fields "was home and acting lethargic;" he threatened to run away "if police came to the condo." In October 2011, Fields threatened her with a 12-inch (30 cm) knife; she called the police the next day to say that her son had been "very threatening" toward her and that she was scared and did not feel in control of the situation because she was in a wheelchair. In November 2011, Fields spat in his mother's face and threatened her, and a woman requested that the police help Fields's mother get him to a hospital for assessment; the log for the call reads, "Mom is scared he is going to become violent here." Fields was subsequently arrested and held in juvenile detention.

When he was a senior in high school, Fields applied to join the U.S. Army. Weimer, his history teacher and a former Ohio National Guard officer, helped him because Weimer believed that the military "would expose Fields to people of different races and backgrounds and help him dispel his white supremacist views." Fields was eventually rejected, which Weimer called a "big blow."

Fields graduated from Randall K. Cooper High School in 2015.

Fields entered the Army on August 18, 2015, and was released from active duty "due to a failure to meet training standards" on December 11 the same year. Army spokeswoman Lt. Col. Jennifer Johnson said that Fields "was never awarded a military occupational skill nor was he assigned to a unit outside of basic training." Weimer lost contact with Fields after he had graduated and was "surprised" when he heard that Fields had managed to enlist in the army.

Fields purchased his first car, the 2010 Dodge Challenger used in the attack, from a car dealership in Florence, Kentucky, in June 2015. The car was last registered in Ohio, and Fields updated its title in Maumee, Ohio, in July 2015. In May 2017, local court records show, the Maumee police cited him for expired or unlawful license plates.


An ex-schoolmate of Fields said that Fields would draw swastikas and talk about "loving Hitler" as early as middle school. Fields' high school history teacher said that Fields was "deeply into Adolf Hitler and white supremacy". The teacher, Derek Weimer, reportedly taught Fields in three classes at Randall K. Cooper High School and "had regular interaction with him after classes and during free time". He told The Cincinnati Enquirer, "I'm sure if you would ask James he would say I was his favorite or one of his favorite teachers." Weimer said that Fields was "a very bright kid but very misguided and disillusioned". Weimer said, "Once you talked to James for a while, you would start to see that sympathy towards Nazism, that idolization of Hitler, that belief in white supremacy. It would start to creep out."

Weimer said that he had done his best to steer Fields away from those interests and had thought that he had succeeded in doing so. He said that he felt like he failed as a teacher because of the attack, but that "this is definitely a teachable moment and something we need to be vigilant about, because this stuff is tearing up our country". Weimer said that another teacher had filed a report during Fields' freshman year because he had written something that was "very much along the party lines of the neo-Nazi movement". He said that it "would have been standard procedure" to notify Fields' mother and that the school administrators "were very good about keeping parents in the loop".

According to Weimer, Fields "left school for a while" and became quieter about politics when he came back, until his senior year, when the candidates for the 2016 presidential election were declared. Weimer said that Fields supported Donald Trump because of what he perceived were Trump's racial views. According to Weimer, Fields supported Trump's Mexico border proposal. Weimer said that Fields "admired" the Confederate States of America for their military, though they "never spoke about slavery". Weimer said that "the constant presence of the Confederate flag was an ongoing issue" and that an African-American cheerleader was "very uncomfortable having to ride in a parade being carried by a pickup truck with a large Confederate flag sticker".

Fields reportedly made students feel "unnerved" and "unsafe," and one woman told The New York Times, "On many occasions there were times he would scream obscenities, whether it be about Hitler or racial slurs." Fields's roommate on a class trip to Europe in 2015 told the Associated Press that Fields went on the trip only to visit Germany, and referred to it as the Fatherland. He could not handle being in a room with Fields after Fields spoke about French people "being lower than us and inferior to us". Fields voted in the March 15, 2016, Ohio Republican primary.

Fields' mother said that he had a pet cat, and that she was taking care of it during the rally. She did not know that her son was attending a white supremacist rally; instead, she thought that he was attending a Trump rally. She told him "to be careful, and if they're going to rally to make sure he's doing it peacefully". She said that she "would be surprised if her son's views were so far right that he would attend a white supremacist rally" and that he had an African-American friend. She told the Toledo Blade that she had not spoken with her son about his political views. Fields's Facebook page included memes and symbols associated with the far right. At the Unite the Right rally, the morning of the attack, Fields was seen wielding a Vanguard America shield. Vanguard America, a neo-Nazi organization, stated that it was not associated with Fields.


Thirty-five people were injured in the incident, at least eight of whom sustained permanent and significant physical impairment.

One person was killed.

Heather Danielle Heyer, born May 29th, 1985, was the sole person to be killed in the attack:

Heyer lived alone save for a pet dog. Her friends described her "as a passionate advocate for the disenfranchised who was often moved to tears by the world's injustices", and said that she "spoke out against inequality and urged co-workers to be active in their community". According to her mother, Susan Bro, Heyer would ask people of opposing views why they had come to their beliefs. Bro said that they both advocated for Black Lives Matter, which Bro said fights for equal treatment.


On December 7, Fields was found guilty of first-degree murder, hit and run, and eight counts of malicious wounding. On December 11, the jury recommended life in prison for the killing of Heather Heyer along with an additional 419 years for the other crimes committed: 70 years for each of five malicious wounding charges, 20 for each of three malicious wounding charges, and nine years on one charge of leaving the scene of an accident. On July 15, 2019, Fields was given a second life sentence for the murder of Heyer, with an additional 419 years for the other crimes.




North Bergen, NJ, USA - Dec 09, 2022

The driver of a tractor trailer who crushed a 76-year-old woman crossing Tonnelle Avenue in North Bergen and then drove 22 blocks before stopping may not face charges in the gruesome crash.

J.J. Cortes Garcia, 37, of Texas, told police he “never saw the pedestrian or knew he struck her until an unknown motorist stopped him at 69th Street and informed him,” the crash report for the Dec. 9 incident said.

The victim, whose identity has not been released while authorities search for her next-of-kin, was walking west across the state highway in the crosswalk, with the light, when Garcia made a right turn onto the roadway, a video of the crash posted on Twitter shows.

Cortes Garcia struck the woman with the right front side of the tractor trailer and the vehicles rear wheels crushed her as he continued south on the four-lane state highway also known at Route 1&9. This incident was the fourth death on Tonnelle Avenue this year.

Local safe streets advocates are stunned that Garcia has not been charged, especially since the video of the noontime crash clearly shows the victim in the middle of the crosswalk when Garcia begins his turn from 91st Street.

Cortes Garcia has not been charged criminally or cited with any motor vehicle violations, but the prosecutor's office said the crash investigation is active “to determine if it is criminal in nature.”

Special thanks to @D0M0 for providing the video of the accident.


flying is considered the safest way of traveling, but there are still dangers as you will see here :marseyplanecrash:

On September 16, 2011, a modified Mustang crashed at the Reno Air Races, killing the pilot and 10 spectators, and injuring 70 others.


The Ramstein air show disaster occurred on August 28, 1988, in Germany, when three Italian Air Force aircraft collided mid-air during a performance, killing 70 people and injuring hundreds.

Ethiopian Airlines Flight 961 was hijacked in November 1996 by 3 men en route to Australia. They threatened to detonate a bomb. Ignoring fuel warnings, they forced the plane to the Comoros Islands, where it crashed into the Ocean, killing 125 of the 175 people on board.

Video footage captures the tragic 2015 Shoreham Airshow accident that claimed the lives of 11 individuals. Astonishingly, the pilot managed to survive the incident.

On April 29, 2013, a National Airlines cargo plane, operating as Flight 102, crashed shortly after takeoff from Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan. The tragic incident claimed the lives of all 7 crew members aboard the aircraft.

In 1989, a devastating incident occurred when United Airlines Flight 232 crash-landed following a catastrophic failure of its tail-mounted engine. The flight carried 296 passengers and crew members, and sadly, 112 of them lost their lives in the tragic accident.

Aeroflot Flight 1492 crashed in May 2019, bursting into flames after a hard landing caused by an electrical failure. The fire, which originated from the rear, led to the death of 41 out of 78 passengers.

other crashes:

Usually plane crashes end up in a big mess so it‘s hard to recover victims

Photos of plane crash victims

The most common reason for plane crashes is usually human error. This means pilots or other ppl in contact with the plane might make mistakes, or the maintenance crew might miss something. Even with all the high-tech systems and training, people can still mess up. Even if planes nowadays are almost self capable of flying, we need people controlling and looking over them.

Planes are also a very popular victim of terror attacks.

The most famous one being 9/11

also belonging to the 9/11 attacks was

American Airlines Flight 77 which crashed into the pentagon

photos of the victims belonging to 9/11

Here are some interesting statistics:

and here in conclusion the biggest plane crashes from every continent:

North America

American Airlines Flight 191

  • Date: May 25, 1979

  • Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA

  • Fatalities: 273 (271 on board, 2 on the ground)

  • Cause: Engine detachment due to improper maintenance procedures, leading to loss of control and crash shortly after takeoff.

South America

TAM Airlines Flight 3054

  • Date: July 17, 2007

  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil

  • Fatalities: 199 (187 on board, 12 on the ground)

  • Cause: Pilot error combined with a wet runway and a known defect in the aircraft's thrust reverser system, leading to the aircraft overrunning the runway.


Tenerife Airport Disaster

  • Date: March 27, 1977

  • Location: Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

  • Fatalities: 583 (Total from both aircraft involved)

  • Cause: Miscommunication and dense fog leading to the collision of two Boeing 747 aircraft on the runway.


Nigeria Airways Flight 2120

  • Date: July 11, 1991

  • Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (crash of Nigerian airline operating from Nigeria)

  • Fatalities: 261

  • Cause: In-flight fire due to a burst tire which caused a wheel well fire, leading to structural failure.

not much footage so here a pic of the aftermath and an animation


Japan Airlines Flight 123

  • Date: August 12, 1985

  • Location: Mount Takamagahara, Japan

  • Fatalities: 520

  • Cause: Explosive decompression caused by improper repair after a tailstrike incident, leading to loss of control.

Australia (and Oceania)

New Zealand National Airways Corporation Flight 441

  • Date: July 3, 1963

  • Location: Kaimai Ranges, New Zealand

  • Fatalities: 23

  • Cause: Pilot error in severe weather conditions leading to controlled flight into terrain.


Air New Zealand Flight 901

  • Date: November 28, 1979

  • Location: Mount Erebus, Antarctica

  • Fatalities: 257

  • Cause: Controlled flight into terrain due to navigation error and whiteout conditions.

May the victims all rest in peace and may their families recover from their loss




Plane Gender Reveal Goes Wrong, One Fatality

On the evening of September 2nd, In Sinaloa, Mexico. Pilot Luis Angel N, catastrophically died in front of a crowd for a Gender Reveal Party.

A happy couple, excited for their baby's delivery. Hired a small jet to increase the boldness of their party. They wanted it to be remembered.

Yet after flying over the scenery of the party, Luis bolted upwards in his Piper PA-25-235 Pawnee aircraft. Most likely due to the heavy amount of palm trees behind the party.

Due to the Wind Resistance on his plane because of this move, it broke the joint between the wing and the fuselage. Causing the plane to rotate on its side, and barrel towards the ground, in a tail spin nature. Causing the pilot, Luis Angel N to be injured very seriously. Complications of his injuries caused him to die at the hospital.

TLDR: Wear A Condom

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CHILD WARNING (CW) Man walking down the street leaves his son behind because he threw a tantrum...Then child gets crushed (CW)

Happy woman :marseyexcited: drives into a bus and dies (aftermath included)

Couple Getting Busy IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD Get Hit By Truck (Unsurprisingly)

TF did they expect to happen?


A woman has killed a man by twice running her car into him after he allegedly beat and raped her mother.

The incident happened in the Brazilian city of Campo Grande on January 22 at around 7pm. Footage was recorded by a security camera.

The man was the boyfriend of the driver's mother. According to police, he had assaulted and raped her mother.

Graphic footage shows the man sitting outside a building on the pavement with another male.

A car then runs into him, crushing him against the wall. After reversing, the driver then runs into the man again, at which point he lies motionless.

The other man at the scene was not hit.

Two woman then get out the car and one of them starts shouting at the man on the ground, before getting in the car and driving off.

The man was rescued by teams from the Mobile Emergency Service (Samu) and the Military Fire Department. He was to Santa Casa hospital in a serious condition (Where he died later on),

The driver has not yet been found, and she is wanted murder.

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