Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

A not-that-typical accident happened in Grodno, Belarus. An armored vehicle drifted around a corner and crashed into a passenger car.

Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

The “tank” crashed right into the driver’s side.

Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

However the man survived and he is feeling better now.

Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]

A crew?

And here is the video:

2 thoughts on “Armored Vehicle Smashed a Car in Grodno, Belarus [photos, video]”

  1. The BMP is notoriously hard to steer on pavement, because the all steel track slides on macadam, or concrete. With no cleats, it doesn’t grab into the road surface.

    Of course, the local government wouldn’t be very happy if tracked vehicles with cleated track did drive on the road, because they would damage it severely.

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