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Car Chase, Inc's company car for filming chase scenes.

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Thu Dec 12 2013 13:45:19 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

We can't begin to figure this one out so just sit back and contemplate the mind behind this incredible creation.

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Sun Apr 28 2013 18:36:49 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Russian Dash-Cam Supercut (Mute is recommended)

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Thu Mar 28 2013 18:38:11 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Road-raging cop brake-checks driver and causes accident, caught on video.

Road rage is definitely getting out of control these days, and, apparently, police officers aren't immune to the urges of aggressive, vindictive driving.

In this situation, what we do know is that a North Carolina police officer – Onslow Country Deputy Craig Culpepper – was driving through South Carolina and caused an accident after brake-checking a motorist he had just cut off, and news station WNCT is reporting that the officer has since resigned due to this incident.

Now, we don't know what happened before the camera started recording, what the speed limit was or how fast the officer was actually driving, but what the film shot by the driver who eventually rear ends the officer shows is the cruiser traveling on the highway at what the cameraman/driver clearly believes is an inappropriately slow speed. When an opening on the right becomes available, said driver passes the police cruiser using a third lane and gets back into the left lane in front of the cruiser. This is where ex-Deputy Culpepper's decision making skills failed him.

The officer quickly passes the camera-wielding pickup driver on the right, cuts him off pretty close and then slams on his brakes, causing the driver to rear-end the police car. The report seems to indicate that neither the officer nor the driver was cited for the accident, and while most of the blame should be placed on the officer, it should also be noted that the driver was following the cruiser closely and trying to film while driving.

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Thu Mar 21 2013 15:58:36 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

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Mon Mar 11 2013 19:55:19 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

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