Hard Impact With A Toyota Sends VW Jetta Flying Off The Road

Lots of accidents involve multiple drivers at fault, even though some mess up a lot worse than others and tend to be held accountable more, while also being judged more harshly outside the law.

This crash is one such example where we can safely state that the red Toyota Corolla had no business making that left turn as long as it wasn’t safe to do so. As a result, it got hammered by the white Jetta in the worst possible way.

While we can’t know for certain how fast the VW was going at the moment of impact, it definitely doesn’t pass the “eye test” as far as being anywhere near under the speed limit. To make matters worse, there seems to be some construction going on near the intersection, which usually means you have to slow down even more – legally speaking.

As for the aftermath, all we can do is hope that occupants of both cars were OK and that they didn’t sustain any life threatening injuries, although, with an impact like this, it’s hard to imagine anybody walking away without a scratch. Still, while the two vehicles weren’t exactly brand new as far as their model year, they were both designed in a time when automakers were really starting to get the hang of making really strong interiors as far as occupant protection was concerned – early 2000s.

It’s also worrying seeing the VW fly off the road like that, which is the type of situation that can put pedestrian lives at risk. Hopefully nobody else was harmed.

VW car takes flight after Camry nails it turning left

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  • Хиллари сосет киску

    Oh dam!!!!

  • That looks to be a 2003-2007 Corolla (9th Generation) which of course is not as safe as the current model Corolla. It probably did not have side/curtain airbags as they were not standard back then.

    • Blinka Bot

      Yo Dude.
      The Man just Flew threw thin air…

  • Paul

    Waahooo, what a ride. I hope nobody was seriously harmed in this.

  • Looks like the Corolla made an unsafe left turn. Jetta appeared to have the green, however, Jetta does seem to be speeding and may not have been able to stop in time and/or was distracted.

    • D3X

      Local to me, the road you’re looking at is HWY 7. Which is rated at 50MPH, which most people go a bit above. 100% Corrolla’s fault.

  • TheToadPrince..~~ToadSquad

    that person in the red corolla couldnt turn anymore slowly….very irresponsible.

  • LJ

    I CAN SEE MY HOUSE FROM HEEEEEERRRREEEEE!!!!!!!

  • asphrp

    corolla. are u blind?
    jetta. are u crazy?

  • Merc1

    WOW.

    M

  • TrevP

    Left turners always have to ruin the fun.

  • charlotteharry57

    Either or both were distracted, that’s pretty obvious. Or the Corolla driver was more than half lit.

  • DantesLegions

    that was spectacular

  • Mar Ramirez

    I suspect a female driver on the Toyota.

    • TheBelltower

      It was a Corolla driver in the Corolla. Inattentive.

  • Abiezer Lopez

    You said it’s worrying to see the vw flying thru the air? You are right those construction barriers did not do their job. It folded and created a ramp… That has nothing to do with the cars.

  • TheBelltower

    Hope everyone was okay. That Corolla looked pretty messed up. And that Jetta driver is going to be sore. But damn, that was a spectacular wreck.

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