Two Mustangs Street Racing Collide With Each Other

Posted by on November 13, 2012 - one

Here is another story of street racing invincibility gone wrong. Most enthusiasts are guilty of breaking the law with our cars, especially a lot of younger kids who have probably never experienced the slightest fender bender. They seem to take on this superman mentality that nothing can happen to them. Well, that’s obviously wrong.

This night in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the two passengers and two drivers involved with these two Mustangs are seriously lucky. Supposedly at the light, these two Mustangs decided to full on street race. While the black New Edge pulled ahead, he decided to swap lanes too soon clipping the red Mustang GT sending both careening into mangled messes. The black Mustang left the roadway and flipped several times, taking out a telephone pole along the way. All four people involved were mostly uninjured, the driver of the black Mustang was treated at the scene but not taken to the hospital. Both drivers received drag racing citations.

It’s dangerous on the streets, probably why it’s illegal, ya think? The more stories I research to write about, the more of these type of stories I come across. Some that I’ve read had results that weren’t so lucky. Someone, somewhere is missing a daughter, brother, son, friend, loved one as a result of similar circumstances. On public roadways anything can happen such as animals crossing the road, pedestrians, bikers, pretty much anything is possible. It doesn’t matter what time of day or night, unexpected obstacles are present.

These two are just lucky that they survived this and received citations. However, their cars? I’m not sure they made it out so lucky. Looks like someone may be mourning their Mustang due to a stupid decision. Looks like mom will be putting you on a moped.

Check out the video here.

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