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Horse Tramples Oncoming Car (with video) watch

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    Hi guys, I dont know what was in the mind of this driver when he decided this , but he learned not to do it again the hard way.

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    http://www.megavideo.com/?v=0PO1AW5C

    Has anyone seen anything similar?

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    That was brilliant!
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    well that made my day hahah sooo funny
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    I saw that on the news yesterday, twas awesome.
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    I saw this on news... crazy stuff. Both the horse and driver were only luckily only lightly injured.
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    Lol.
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    Would that cause the driver to loose their no claims bonus if they made a claim?
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    (Original post by fire2burn)
    Would that cause the driver to loose their no claims bonus if they made a claim?
    The horse was on the wrong side of the ******* road for starters. The car had right of way!
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    Only in America
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    The driver did nothing wrong... Those horses were clearly out of control. I hope some stable is on the recieving end of one big lawsuit.
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    (Original post by airoutmyshorts)
    The horse was on the wrong side of the ******* road for starters. The car had right of way!
    And? It wasn't be ridden by an owner, there's no one to sue so effectively I assume you loose your no claims. :confused:
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    (Original post by Nico_SU)
    Only in America
    IIRC, it happened in Israel.
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    (Original post by fire2burn)
    And? It wasn't be ridden by an owner, there's no one to sue so effectively I assume you loose your no claims. :confused:
    I'm sure someone owns and is responsible for the horse though...
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    I'm sure someone owns and is responsible for the horse though...
    Wholly possible that they're wild horses, after all I wonder what happens when you hit a New Forest pony seeing as no one owns them and they'd certainly rip the bonet off
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    The driver did nothing wrong... Those horses were clearly out of control. I hope some stable is on the recieving end of one big lawsuit.
    well he should have stopped, was he expecting the horse to realize the car had right of way?
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    Lol
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    Better call autoglass
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    silly driver how does a horse know to stop
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    Lol!
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    oh i didnt know it went on the news , but im glad to hear thruough the comments that they were only lightly injured. (both passengers and horse)
 
 
 
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