Originally Posted by Detoxing
Driver error is the most logical, but according to reports, it would also mean he drove straight ahead into (whatever it was that he hit).
If there was a stream of fluid before the impact and no tire marks....that COULD mean mechanical error.
Or the car realized it was about to die and pissed itself before impact.
(sorry couldn't resist.
Frankly if there's any fluid loss that could have caused said event I would put my money more on a brake fluid loss.
If the driver lost it and realized it was going badly and put both feet in but the brakes were gone the resultant confusion might have lasted long enough for him not to turn depending upon how fast he went.
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