Cologne firemen make haste in rescuing crash check dummies
This is an fascinating one. Apparently, a workforce of engineers did not shut off the automated emergency calling system on a car being utilized in a crash check facility in Germany, and as you might anticipate, it wasn’t lengthy after the dummies slammed right into a wall that medical personnel have been arriving on scene. It was reported that this incident was the primary of its type, as members of the Cologne hearth brigade rushed out to what they believed was some type of “large” vehicle accident. The firemen have been capable of find the car as a consequence of its built-in GPS unit, and whereas we’re positive they have been at the very least barely confused upon arrival, a minimum of they acquired to take the hearth engine out for a leisurely spin.
[Thanks, Martin T., picture courtesy of Edmunds]
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