Posted on: Nov 03, 2012 | 25,338 reads

Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer

Ever notice those big brackets that hold a crane truck in place? This is why they're there.
A terrible tragedy has befallen the sleepy Belgian village of Gits, where a 60-ton crane tipped over into the lot of B&D Automobiles, crushing a Jaguar XKR-S and a BMW 6 Series coupe that could now be a convertible. (As if there weren't enough carnage from Hurricane Sandy.) The crane, meant to lift a fuel tank for a nearby gasoline station, was apparently parked on loose soil. Two of the crane's supported legs sunk into the ground, leading to the crane falling on its side and on top of the two pricey GTs. Thankfully no one (aside from the cars) was hurt.
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer
Crane Wrecks Jaguar XKR-S and 6-Series Bimmer



 
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