It was an older lady that misjudged how deep the water was. The Edge stalled out and she got out the back hatch and then the car floated over and sank into the ditch. Also, yesterday, the trunk was full of shopping bags and today, it’s empty. I hope she came back and got them, but I doubt it. People suck.
We’ll start with the most heart breaking one, this Volvo V70 R spaceball.
It’s my sisters car, its 4.5 hours away in Indiana at her college. Its a 2012 Kia Soul and it got flooded overnight while it was sitting in the parking lot. I don’t have experience with flooded cars so I don’t really know where to start. It got tall enough to leave some standing water in the interior. She hasn’t done…
Don't know if he didn't set a parking brake or left it in drive, but he managed to roll down the boat ramp and into the Bay. Florida!
What do you do when your local park is covered chest deep in water? Fire up the jet ski and take advantage while the desert is still wet.
This doesn't appear to be a easy mess to clean up.
Warning: lots of crappy cell photos after the jump.
A long time ago, PS2 gamers were bestowed a piece of software that was a bit interesting - it was a survival/horror/adventure game called Disaster Report (or for purists like me who hated the Americanization of the game, Zettai Zetsumei Toshi [絶体絶命都市 lit. The City of Certain Death]) detailing the sequence of events…
In 2012, a category three Hurricane (Sandy) turned most of the east coast into a giant swimming pool causing an estimated $71 billion in damages and claimed thousands of cars in the process...but it's just water and it'll buff right out...