The Worst Way To Total A Camaro Is To Crash Into Police SUV
When making a movie the directors always want to include car chases and car crashes if it is an action movie. Is there a way something to go wrong? Yeap, there is always a chance something to happen outside the script. Here we are going to see a real crash that features a real police SUV and a brand new yellow Chevrolet Camaro. In the end we have a totalled Camaro and a 2001 Chevy Suburban police SUV that hasn’t lost a single piece.
The yellow Chevrolet Camaro was supposed to be chased by a red Ferrari in this zone. The Hollywood directors were filming in a restricted zone, but the cop car was unaware of the filming and raced through that Washington D.C. street. As a result the yellow Camaro t-boned the police SUV. This proves the fact that older people say – the vehicles they used to drive years ago were safer and more robust.
We could see here that the 2001 Chevy Suburban took this accident like a boss. On the other hand, the Camaro owner covered up his ride in the same way the police cover dead bodies. We won’t see this Chevrolet on the streets again. The driver of the yellow ride tried to brake but it was too late. The police SUV was running fast on its way to an emergency call. Luckily no one was seriously injured in this accident.
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The guys there were filming Transformers 3 and as most of you know that yellow car is known as Bumblebee in the hit movie. A lot of fans around managed to capture the car crash with their cell phones. There is no doubt that the movie cameras that were filming the scene captured it also. The cop SUV full of guys from the bomb squad was en route to a call to investigate a suspicious package. The accident happened on Third Street and Maryland Avenue in Washington.