“The 911trufers haz a new conspiracy.”
Start getting off your lazy rear and investigate the facts. This guys new Mercedes hit a tre and completely blew up!?! And the engine somehow ended up 150 feet behind the car and the car exploded!?!
Not very common, especially in a car known for all its safety features. I’ve been in a head on collision at over 90mph in a Saturn and the engine is what saved me (and it most certainly did not fly out of the car...they are designed to fold and dop down....protecting you from the impact).
Common sense tells us something is not right here. Furthermore, they are sealing all records and said immediately it was an accident.
I have learned that most conspiracy theories have at least a small element of truth to them (some more so than others). Sadly, it appears lately there is more truth than I ever wanted to admit.
Also, the car was fully involved in flames. Exceptionally unusual for a diesel, after all, that’s the reason military vehicles are diesel powered. Diesel is a lot less volatile than gasoline. In an ordinary accident there is minimal risk of fire. It takes an explosion or an incendiary round to aerosolize the diesel fuel enough to get a fireball.
Well before I read the two paragraphs that begin with that sentence I was thinking that cars rarely blow up in big fireballs even in severe crashes. That's just Hollyweird FX BS.