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Old 01-06-2005, 01:38 AM   #11
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dont believe it...

the only way there could be blood shot all the way past the back seat would be if the deer actually landed back there...

and look at the hood, its dented from the top downwards, like something was dropped on it...

driving going 150 mph...maybe believeable

how would the deer be sliced almost perfectly in half without one end being driving over or go through the windshield...

i need someone to explain this to me
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i guess the story is that a minivan hit the deer slinging it into the trailblazers hood

points brought up by others over there...

officer talking to the driver with no blood on him
blood on driver seat where driver should have been
no hand prints on steering wheel
no blood around deer on the ground
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driving going 150 mph...maybe believeable
I think Trail Blazers are governed at 98mph.
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I showed these pics to someone I know who is a trauma nurse and she thought they were real and genuine.

She also said that she had seen PEOPLE that had gone through windshields that looked like that...buckle up and drive carefully, guys!
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Man that'* insane......

Poor deer..... :(
.... the Blazer can be cleaned up and re-sold....
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Holy Crap Batman !!
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Ya, that'* insane. A friend emailed me the link yesterday. I'm with you Haro, I think it'* fabricated. There'* blood on the seat where the driver WOULD sit.
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officer talking to the driver with no blood on him
Don't know if it'* real, but that'* not necessarily the driver. He could be in an ambulance.
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I think the driver would have gotten catapulted forward a bit, his back and his butt lifted off of the seat a bit, even if he did have a seatbelt on. The blood would have gotten back there on impact.

Watch a crash dummy video of a front impact and you'll see what I mean. The driver gets flung forward and off the seat a little even in a 'minor' crash.
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I doubt that is real. My main thing with it is how there are two freshly extracted organs in the back of the truck. If the driver had been flung forward, you would think that the steering wheel would be cleaner. Anyone else notice the deer is missing two legs, and there seems to be small shadows on the dirt where they used to be? And why is there no blood on the hood? I would definatly say this is fabricated, though it looks really good...not to be morbid/sick or anything...
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