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Worst Heavy Equipment Accident You Need To See

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4:30 y’all about a rodeo! Idiot
That shit where the guys got buried happened to uncle in Metairie here in Louisiana they where craning in a bulldozer to the guys below when the boom broke my uncle pushed one guy out but didn’t make it he was crushed and buried they dug him out he lived just long enough to make it to the hospital six months later my other uncle was working in a gravel pit in a front end loader the bank gave way and the machine went in the water his buddy grabbed it with an excavator and he was able to get out before it sank 100 ft down still there
4:38 , I hope he had his seatbelt on.
@2:04 Rhajish was the most efficient excavator operator we've ever had, unfortunately he worked himself right into a grave....

What did you think was going to happen.
Some countrys are full of stupid people
click bait. Nothing happens to tractor in thumbnail.
Thinning out the herd one idiot at a time.
Got to be the dumbest people
I was gonna say is that thumb nail real and well it is lol
4:50 ….and even to this day, the track hoe continues to tumble down the mountain.  The End
How was the second one a fail. Nothing happened
how dumb can people be? digging on sand walls like that and then wonder why it collapses. god damn retards
Why is everyone yelling in some other language?
Don't try and pick a fight with gravity, you won't win.
Report the video. He doesn't have any warning. is there a reason for some kid to watch this? It says heavy equipment accidents not people dying.
After 5:38 Dude keeps scooping dirt with machine, but there is people under there. Jesus man becareful.
The guy in the bobcat should not be allowed near this type of equipment
shake hands with danger
Thx for clickbait. There wasn‘t any accident with this flying vehicle over the mountains.

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