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Goehner

Modern Mopar Crashes

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He is a dick
His head is as big as it gets
But he makes a lot of cash That for me I would personally will never see
Does that make it ok for him to act the way he does. Nope. But that seams to be the trend with people that feel they are above you and everyone else



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Rawlings is a hack!

Shit I can drive better that that and I have 20 years on the guy. My reaction time sucks but I can still get down the track in 1 piece.

I put his show the same place I put Facebook... in the shit can.

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http://www.fox2detroit.com/news/local-news/speeding-dodge-charger-causes-fatal-i-94-crash

DETROIT (WJBK) - A deadly crash shut down westbound I-94 at I-96 Monday morning.

The violent crash happened at 2 a.m. this morning, caused when a driver going more than 100 miles an hour hit another vehicle.

The driver of a speeding Dodge Charger rear-ended an SUV, causing the car to slide 400 feet before it rolled over. The speeding driver was thrown from the car and died instantly, police said.

 

Two people inside the SUV were able to get out before it caught fire after being hit. They did not suffer serious injuries.

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Can I count this as a Modern Mopar Crash?

I was fucking around in the old Kmart parking lot with my radio controlled Hellcat Challenger when I hit my truck running about 20 mph. Glad I had the spare body on it instead of the custom painted one. Alcohol may have been involved. 

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https://www.tbnweekly.com/pinellas_county/crime_crashes_fire/article_eab40384-0ead-11e9-9c10-03b32cb1be00.html

Seminole man dies from injuries in Starkey Road crash

A Seminole man died from his injuries and two others were injured in a Dec. 30 crash on Starkey Road at Magnolia Drive in Seminole.

 
 

SEMINOLE – A 56-year-old Seminole man died at a local hospital from injuries suffered in a crash that occurred about 2:59 a.m. Dec. 30 on Starkey Road in Seminole.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, Robert Lee Fournier was driving a 2013 Dodge Challenger, traveling southbound on Starkey Road at Magnolia Drive. Roger Lee Edwards, 50, of Seminole was driving a 2006 Lincoln Mark LT, traveling northbound on Starkey Road south of the intersection with Magnolia Drive.

 
 

Troopers say Fournier’s vehicle turned into the path of the Lincoln at the intersection. The right front of the Challenger collided with the front of the Lincoln. After the impact, the Challenger rotated and came to a stop in the northbound travel lanes of Starkey Road, north of Magnolia Drive.

The Lincoln traveled northeast, departed the roadway and collided with a concrete bus bench. The Lincoln continued moving and struck a street sign and a wooden privacy fence before overturning and striking a utility pole.

Fournier was transported to St. Petersburg General where he later died. Edwards was transported to Bayfront Medical Center with critical injuries. A passenger in Edwards’ vehicle, Christopher T. Clark, 47, of Seminole was transported to Bayfront Medical Center with serious injuries.

Trooper say the crash was alcohol related. Charges are pending.

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http://www.thedrive.com/news/26085/wisconsin-man-rolls-dodge-challenger-six-times-at-over-100-mph-walks-away-unscathed

 

 

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The Midwest isn’t going to let Florida Man have all of the fun. 30-year-old Racine, Wisconsin man Tony Griffin was having way too much fun on public roads with his 2017 Dodge Challenger, when he barrel-rolled the muscle car a whopping six times at more than 100 miles per hour, according to WTMJ

The accident occurred near the intersection of State Highway 20 and County Highway V in Southern Wisconsin. And even though this happened in late-December, the man's miraculous luck is just now surfacing on social media. How miraculous? Both Griffin and his 25-year-old passenger survived.

The two were both rushed to the hospital and according to police, their injuries were not considered serious. Not surprisingly, Griffin was hit with a drunk driving charge and went straight from Ascension All Saints Hospital to the Racine County Jail.

 

 

The car’s face is ripped off, but we still have a pretty good idea of what kind of Chally this was. There’s a pretty big gap between the engine and the front bumper brace which makes us think it was a lower-end V-6 model. It’s no Demon, but that Pentastar V-6 still has no trouble getting up to triple-digit speeds.

 

Judging by the wheels and the sunroof, it looks like this high-roller sprung for the SXT Plus. Also, anything other than an SXT or SXT Plus features badging on the front fenders indicating which model it is, which is absent on this Challenger.

Remember kids; driving drunk is a bad idea, even if it results in cool headlines.

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https://www.cbs19.tv/article/news/tyler-man-killed-after-vehicle-overturns-in-creek/501-f7022e81-fad6-4acb-a5de-d7f4dd3522c8

 

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Photo by: Tyler Police Department

Tyler man killed after vehicle overturns in creek

The victim has been identified as Terry Dewayne Cain, 38.
 

TYLER, Texas — A Tyler man has died after his vehicle was found overturned in a creek Saturday afternoon.

According to the Tyler Police Department, officers were called to the 900 block of North Parkdale Drive around 4:15 p.m. 

When officials arrived on scene, they discovered a vehicle upside down in a creek.

According to police, the vehicle appeared to have been traveling north on North Parkdale Drive before it veered left, went off the roadway and into the creek.

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https://katc.com/ap-louisiana-news/2019/02/13/police-2-women-die-dodge-challenger-didnt-yield-to-semi/

CLAY, La. (AP) — State police say two Louisiana women died when the driver failed to yield to oncoming traffic and the car was hit by a tractor-trailer.

Master Trooper Michael Reichardt said in a news release Wednesday that a trucker from Arkansas was injured in the crash Tuesday evening on Louisiana Highway 167 near the Jackson Parish community of Clay.

In a phone interview, Reichardt said investigators don’t know whether the driver of the 2014 Dodge Challenger failed to see the 2015 Mack truck or ignored a yield sign when she turned left on the divided four-lane highway toward Highway 148.

He says 20-year-old Madison Henson of Eros and her passenger, 22-year-old Corinna Hoffman of Shreveport, died at the scene.

Reichardt says the crash injured 56-year-old Jerry Manhart of Camden, Arkansas.

 

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