Kyoto, Japan: A Big Boom of a Car Crush Was Recorded on a Video
At 1;48, you will hear the crushing noise of the car.
On April 12, 2012 in Kyoto, Japan, a mini-vehicle driven by a 30-year-old Japanese male, Shingo Fujisaki crushed into a power pole after the car killed eight people and injured eleven on a pedestrian crossing.
According to witnesses, soon after the crush, Fujisaki came out of the car, vomiting blood to pass away in a hospital in a few minutes.
Since we lost the criminal, there is no way to know what led him to let the accident happen.
For some reason, the traffic accident in Kyoto reminds me of 2008 Akihabara massacre because of which seven people were killed and ten were injured.
What is common between the two is that both were done by relatively younger generations who suffer the recent recession that doesn't allow them to enjoy stable life and economy.