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Discussion in '2011 Whitetail General' started by skull stacker, Nov 4, 2010.
Can I e-mail these picture to someone to post?
kcdeer hunter at gmail dot com :wave:
I will send them.
New definition of hood ornament.
dang...looks like a good way to get gored in the crotch
Hope the driver was ok.
Just happened to notice, no air bag deployment. From the looks of the impact, it sure should have.
I hope the passengers are ok.
Show those pics to peta and ask them why we shouldn't be hunting.
If I'm not misstaken, an air bag will not deploy over a certain speed. Looks like they where going at least the 45 miles per hour which is the speed limit for this piece of road. I'm going to say they were speeding just a tad.
[rquote=1880299&tid=130946&author=mx1alex]I hope the passengers are ok.
Show those pics to peta and ask them why we shouldn't be hunting.[/rquote]
They'll tell you we shouldnt have made roads through their habitat. on and on with those folks.
Ah, makes sense Stacker... I've never crashed a truck-car with airbags... all my accidents were pre-airbag days & hope to keep it that way.
Airbags sensors are on lower front end and side posts not the roof area you can see the roof took the impact. was not near enough jolt to deploy them. It would have been a cool pic to see the driver with the deer,wonder if they will mount it?
Couple of women from my hometown died that way....they hit a doe and it came thru the windshield and killed them both. Happened several years ago over by Mexico MO.
A friend of mine's mom had a deer come in the windshield like that and broke her cheek bone, her wrist and cracked some ribs.
My wife has a basket rack 8 do a Dukes of Hazzard slide across the hood a few years back as she was talking to me on the phone.... he jumped right as she was next to him... clipped his legs and he got right up and ran off.
That is crazy and the best way to get hurt in a deer accident.
[rquote=1880389&tid=130946&author=letemgrow]That is crazy and the best way to get hurt in a deer accident. [/rquote]
The only way it can be worse is if you swerve to avoid the animal. Dad always said "just hit'em"... used to think he was a little crazy, but he's right (as always).
Not a single sensor was touched on that car, which is why the airbags didn't go off. All the sensors are in the front bumper. If it had been on the side then the side-curtain airbags (if so equipped) would have gone off. Speed is not a factor when it comes to airbag deployment. Just force of impact.
I had a buddy of mine, several years ago have 2 bucks on/in his truck. one in the back, the other had his head in the drivers window. Man the snot/slobbers were thick in his truck. The bed was all scratched up, Ol JR wasnt a happy camper that night,,,
Hope the people are okay!
My twisted sense of humor; Now that's fast food!