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This completely crazy accident sends this Land Rover Defender waltzing six times in a row… no injuries are to be deplored, the vehicle is even for sale!

A terrifying accident has taken place in Orlando, Florida involving a Land Rover Defender. However, no injuries were reported.

Near Orlando, an absolutely terrifying accident took place on the highway. For some reason that seems difficult to determine, a Land Rover Defender lost its road holding. He did six rolls in a row, crossing the road across its full width to land on the other side of the highway. A video is now circulating on Youtube, showing the accident from the point of view of one of the drivers who witnessed the scene.

Obviously, the exit from the road of this Land Rover Defender would be linked to Mazda CX-5, who decided to exit the highway at the last moment, cutting off the Land Rover’s path. The latter collided with the Mazda. An impact violent enough for the Defender to make a series of spectacular rolls. The SUV thus flew away and crushed six times. After hitting a lamppost, he ended his race in the middle of the highway, in the opposite direction.

A Land Rover Defender flies through the air

The crash is really amazing. Watching the video, only one question comes to mind: what happened to the driver? Did he get out? Is he injured? Or worse ? Well no, none of that. He only emerged from this accident with minor injuries. Likewise, it appears that the driver of the Mazda CX-5 was not injured either. More fear than harm then!

A situation that shows how much the technologies developed to improve safety on board cars have advanced today. Because if the drivers are not affected, it is difficult to say the same for the vehicles involved in the accident. The Land Rover Defender stands out completely destroyed from the collision and did not live well the six rolls he chained.

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This battered Land Rover Defender has now gone up for sale!

Yet, although in very poor condition, this same Land Rover Defender was for sale ! This information was revealed by the American media Carbuzz. He found the vehicle on the online sales site After some research, however, it appears that the Land Rover has been withdrawn from sales. Sign that it must have interested a buyer.

Yet the Land Rover Defender had no not been restored! It was simply put up for sale in the condition it was in after the accident. So who can such a model, completely stoned, interest? Mystery… But perhaps the objective would be to recover certain parts of the vehicle? Moreover, the fact that no deaths or injuries were to be deplored after the accident testifies to the solidity of the Land Rover Defender. A piece of choice!

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