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Enter your name 9 year s ago
a prius. haha. how did that get there?
       
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looka 9 year s ago
the prius driver probably caused the crash
       
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GOODSTUFF4U 9 year s ago
bummer
       
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orendadude 9 year s ago
They usually do. Out in the outside lane going 20kmh less than the flow of traffic. Saved two bucks in gas and a microsecond of good for the enviornment and look at how much damage to the enviorment this crash caused. Good job enviornmentalist. Damm shame all that destruction.
       
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Mr. Ree 9 year s ago
Cannonball Run - Japanese style!
       
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ptpie 9 year s ago
can't tell my comment !!!
       
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iluvhatemail 9 year s ago
actually the highways they were traveling on are very windy and go up and down hills. Too much car for 1 driver.
       
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ALeach 9 year s ago
Yesterday, 21:57 | iluvhatemail

So 2 driver would have been better?
       
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anonymous 9 year s ago
Prius is just suffered from a Ferrari slipped while lane change on wet highway.
Less than 100mph might have been too low for Ferraris.
       
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FB 9 year s ago
Those poor cars.... :(
       
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The massive crash with 14 cars involved occurred on the Yamaguchi prefecture highway in Japan. A fleet of high-performance vehicles, including 3 Mercedes-Benz cars, several Ferrari cars, a Lamborghini Diablo, a Toyota Prius, and a Nissan GT-R Skyline, crashed in one the most expensive accidents in history. It’s great that none of the drivers were seriously hurt in this wreckage worth at least several million dollars.

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