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When you're driving near railroad tracks and the gates come down, the last thing you should do is drive right into the gates! Maybe the bus driver in this CCTV video saw something we can't and that's why he decided to swerve the way he did, but the result was having the gates smash through the bus. Luckily, nobody was injured, but this was unnecessarily dangerous.

via Viral Hog

Speaking of accidents, if you're not going to turn off your car when you park, please put on that parking brake! This driver wanted to grab a quick bite to eat but ended up endangering everyone at the food stand when the car rolled backward. Again, nobody was injured and at least in this case, nothing was damaged.

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