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Worst Heavy Equipment Accident You Need To See

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About: Worst Heavy Equipment Accident You Need To See

Why did we need to see it?
That really was AMAZING!
Wouldn't trust em with Tonka Toys.
Most users of these machines takes risks and died , and the cost of the machines? very well , who cares"
These arent that bad. Not bad enough to call them the worse
Why they always jump out the cab
All filmed with flip-phones.
This scared the fu** outta me.

---- a Heavy equipment operator .
That guy got some wheels, sign him up
they invented something years ago to save your life..its called ""trench boxes"" 5:30s ..a collapsed trench at 4 ft deep can kill you .the amount of pressure of the wall collapsing is 100 times more than you think it is .this is not snow collapsing in on you ..this guy looked like he fell down a hole 1st ..then tons of earth fell on top of him.and to finnish it of the fukn excavator was digging where he went down could of sliced him in half....thats why most countries hire brits to maintain safety me as a civil engineer myself the safety in this country is silly over the top ..""on most sites"" these 3rd world countries safety is a joke and then someone dies ..but worst thing they still dont fukn learn
Driver does not know but the road roller knows precisely where to roll and then take a rest lying down in tree shade
Dude at 2:25 is dead asf
I don't get all the dislikes, this was a good video.
So lucky to live, some of them, if not all of them.
2:52 hahahahahaha
1:10 Lol he runs faster than Usain Bolt!!!! Hahahahah
All I can do is laugh at all the dumbass foreigners that participated in making this video😂😂.
90% of the of the people in these video clips are dead.This is beyond ignorance or common sense just plain Stupidity!!!
Care of duty goes out the window when the boss wants his bonus.

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