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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Wheelie, Sep 26, 2013.
How did the car reach 70mph in 1st gear?
It could've been an automatic.
What should have been a relaxing Holiday for the Vanderbergers, ended in a whole lot of Chaos and a lot less comfort, than they thought. It was a nice summer Morning at Sandy Mountain. The Vanderbergers had just rented their RV and after a whole day of driving up and down the mountains, they decided to pause on the highest point. After a nice dinner, they got going again. As they packed the grill back in to the RV-Trailer, they noticed an old couple, that was fighting, but didn't thought of it much - couples tend to do that from time to time.
As Peter Vanderberger was starting the clattery 6.0 Liter Ford V8 Diesel, it became clear they should not have choosen the cheapest model. It slightly overheated on the way up and blew a cloud of black smoke right in the way of the arguing couple. Unfortunately, Peter noticed only the standing cloud of smoke, as he had already driven a few meters. Unnoticed by him, the man of the arguing couple jumped in to their Satsuma and tried to overtake the Vanderbergers RV and Trailer to stop them. Sadly though, the man underestimated the narrow mountain road and drove straight in to the RV-Trailer, sending the not very well strapped Grill flying out of the RV-Trailer, which took a big chunk of the wall with it.
Thus the Vaccation of the Vanderbergs came to a crashing halt, as they decided the RV was too small for 6 to be comfortable.
Parts of Car Critically Damaged: RV Sidewall and right rear, Front of the Satsuma 210
Estimated Repair Cost and/or Totaled: RV totaled, 16.000
Injuries (If Any): Minor bruises
Map Used: Sandy Mountain
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): Gavril H-Series, RV-Trailer, Satsuma 210
Aftermath (lawsuit etc): Lawsuite from the Vanderbergers
Crash Description: Fred Jones, 17, was borrowing his mother's ETK 856 TTSport, and decided to turn off traction control. At the time, Fred thought this was just a speed limiter. Fred was wrong.
Fred hit the gas pedal pretty hard while driving around a curve on the costal road, causing the car to go into a skid. He then over-corrected, causing the car to skid the other way and slide into a couple trees.
Parts of Car Critically Damaged: Side, Front
Estimated Repair Cost and/or Totaled: Totaled
Injuries (If Any): No injuries were reported, although he had a pretty bad headache from the G-forces of the crash
Map Used: East Coast, USA
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): ETK 826 TTSport
Aftermath (lawsuit etc): None
Crash Description: Four anonymous college students were driving their 1995 Ibishu Covet when an anonymous 49 Year old man in a Gavril D35 swerved into the drivers side front corner of their car at extremely high speed, pinning them against a tree
Parts of Car Critically Damaged: Covet: entire left and front of car
Estimated Repair Cost and/or Totaled: Both cars were totaled, the D35 was because of frame damage
Injuries (If Any): The rear left passenger of the Covet survived with life threatening injuries, but made it through. The other 3 occupants died on impact. The driver of the truck was unhurt.
Map Used: East Coast, USA
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): 1995 Covet, D35 Beast
Aftermath (lawsuit etc): The family of the Covet driver sued the truck driver because of accusations the driver did it on purpose.
Description: Bill a Etk I series driver pulled over because of weather conditions he then gets rear ended by Karen driving a Ibishu Miramar then Gene a ibishu covet taxi driver crashes into Karen. Officer Edward driving a ibishu 200bx police cruiser turns on his lights and blocks the road only to be t boned by Jamie a Ibishu Pessima (Old) Driver Jean a Ibishu Pessima (New) then crashes into Gene and finally Norma a Hirochi Sunburst driver then crashes into Jamie's car making it catch fire
Damage: most of the car's all sides are damaged
Repair Cost/Totaled: 5/7 cars in the crash can't be repaired
Injuries: Bill,Gene,Jamie,Jean and Norma are minorly injured Edward is seriously injured and Karen was killed on impact
Map Used: Frozen Lake (https://beamng.com/resources/frozen-lake-version-4.291/)
Etk I (Config already in game)
Miramar (Config already in game)
Covet (Taxi skin https://beamng.com/resources/ibishu-covet-new-york-taxi.1883/)
200bx(Police config already in game)
Pessima (Old) (config used is in https://beamng.com/resources/djplopper-mega-pack.451/)
Pessima (New) (Config used also in https://beamng.com/resources/djplopper-mega-pack.451/)
Sunburst (Config already in game)
No lawsuit because crash was because of weather issues
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Richard Aston was racing his bolide at an racing championship in North America.
He lost control and crashed hard at a corner, and flipped over. Fuel caught fire, and he was trapped inside his car. One door was blocked and jammed, other one jammed.
Henry Barber saw the crash, quit his race and rushed to help to help Richard who was sitting trapped in his Bolide. Track marshalls rushed to the burning Bolide, and tried to help as well.
Richard wasn't hurt much however, Henry was unable to get him out of the window, and the fire was getting much worse. They already emptied a fuel extinguisher, and it took minutes to the fire crew to arrive due to bad communication. Henry was forced back by security, since the fire was now too bad and there was no chance of getting Richard out.
Injuries (if any):
Richard died in the fire.
West coast usa
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): All stock BeamNG
(i know vehicles dont match year of accident, didn't have much choice. Needed that exact car.)
Aftermath (lawsuit etc):
The track marshalls, and fire crew was untrained and not capable of handing such situations.
Crash Description: 22nd of July, 1983. Beam Mountains, USA.
Gary M. Sullivan, 19, of Belasco was driving home from a friend's party where he had spent the previous night, at a time shortly before 7:45 pm. He was driving a bright red 1973 Bruckell Moonhawk, registered 4HJJ015. Tire marks showed Sullivan was approaching a blind corner when he lost control of the Moonhawk, sending him skidding off the road and the edge of the nearby canyon. The car was airborne briefly before smashing against the cliff face upside down, before rolling down a steep slope and into a ditch by the roadside. A passing motorist discovered the car laying crushed on its roof shortly after the accident. She found Sullivan's body trapped in the vehicle, before reporting the grisly discovery to the California Highway Patrol at 8:10 pm. The incident was attended to by two patrol cars and Police Detective Richard Williamson.
Parts of Car Critically Damaged: The Moonhawk's roof was caved in, with both A-pillars failed and windows smashed. The front right axle and the driveshaft had been torn away on impact with the cliff, and the tail of the vehicle bent "like a banana".
Estimated Repair Cost and/or Totalled: 1973 Bruckell Moonhawk totalled.
Injuries (If Any): Gary M. Sullivan, born 26th of August, 1963. Died of blunt force trauma to the head.
Map Used: Beam Mountains 2
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): Bruckell Moonhawk, Oldsfullsize Chevrolet Caprice
Aftermath (lawsuit etc): Gary M. Sullivan was found to have a blood alcohol rating of 0.11, well over the legal limit. He was estimated to have been driving at speeds in excess of 60mph (97km/h) when he lost control on the blind corner. Sullivan's family sued Beam County for not having safety barriers on the blind corner and were paid an out-of-court settlement of $7,500. The corner where Sullivan lost control was later fitted with safety barriers.
Crash Description: Young Male driving is brand new Challenger Hellcat, just ordered from the Dodge Dealership, second day owning it went out to street race against big names such as Shelby mustangs and ZL1 Camaros. Sadly, while racing an 2007 mustang GT500, He lost control of the Challenger, hit the wall sideways going 164 MPH, And rolled over twice. The car is totaled. 60K Worth of a nice 707HP V8 Toasted on it's second day on the road.
Parts of Car Critically Damaged: Frame, Fender, body, intake.
Estimated Repair Cost and/or Totaled: It would cost around 250K To repair the vehicle, since it's over the retail value of 60K, Insurance will total out the vehicle and the hellcat will go to an insurance sale.
Injuries (If Any): Nobody was hurt thankfully!
Map Used: West Coast USA Highway
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat (my mod)
Aftermath (lawsuit etc): 4 Days after the crash, the driver of the Hellcat was sent to court to see if He's the one who crashed, or if it was the GT500 Who crashed him. The Hellcat driver was found guilty and was fined over 20K! The GT500 Driver was also found guilty and fined 20k. Nobody was put behind bars, but was it sure close for the Hellcat driver. The main lesson here is that if you buy a high power car, don't street race it the day you bought it, most likely you don't know how the car handles or drivers and will spin out and crash.
Crash Description: 14th of August, 1961. Firwood County, Maine.
Mr. Edwin J. Scott, 18 and his girlfriend, Miss Pamela W. Jones, 17, both Firwood residents, were driving in Scott's 1953 Burnside Special when they lost control of the vehicle and hit a tree. Jones was concussed and seriously injured, but managed to free herself from the wreck and flag down a passing Maine State Police patrol car. Officer John F. Peterson was the first on the scene, managing to free an unconscious Edwin Scott before flames completely engulfed the vehicle. The event was captured on camera by Michael P. Evans, an amateur photographer.
Parts of Car Critically Damaged: 1953 Burnside Special completely destroyed in post crash fire.
Estimated Repair Cost and/or Totalled: Burnside Special totalled
Injuries (If Any): Mr. Edwin J. Scott suffered first and second-degree burns, severe lacerations to the upper body, broken wrist and was in hospital for three weeks. Miss Pamela W. Jones suffered three cracked ribs and a severe concussion and spent two nights in hospital.
Map Used: East Coast USA.
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): Burnside Special, Satsuma 210.
Aftermath (lawsuit etc): Edwin J. Scott and Pamela W. Jones both fully recovered from their injuries. It was discovered that Scott was speeding at the time of the accident, which contributed to the loss of control.
Crash Description: 5th of March, 1999
Smith Farrell, 34 was taking his 2000 hp Pro Mod out for qualifying on 5/3/1999 when he reached 210 mph, lost traction and slid into a concrete wall 2 times, then launching the Vendetta into a sign in a ball of fire. The track crew took an unusually long time to respond, likely because there only 5 certified crew at the time. The time, and pro mod safety constraints at the time is what mostly led to his fiery death.
Parts of Car Critically Damaged: Almost every component of the vehicle was either melted or crushed, except for the rear suspension.
Estimated Repair Cost and/or Totaled: Totalled
Injuries (If Any) Smith suffered 4th degree burns, a fractured skull, shattered bones from the waist up, among other blunt-force injuries.
Map Used: West Coast USA
Car(s) Used (you don't have to include authors): Gavril Vendetta
Aftermath (lawsuit etc): Lawsuits were filed after a investigation revealed the track was not prepped at all before Smith had crashed his Vendetta, although other information is limited since the cameras set up on the track did not capture the whole run. Smith's family won the lawsuit, and Alder lost a ton of money in the process.
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I don't see any component melted !
Melt not work with beamng ! ! ! why no component melt..... beam
Are fourth degree burns a thing?
4th degree burns cover anything that damages fat/bone/muscle underneath skin
Yum. I'll go away then