A Toyota Corolla smashed into a bus, ripping half of the car apart, with the driver still managing to continue down the streets of a Russian town despite the accident. The car was caught on camera by another vehicles on-dashboard camera. Police in Yaroslavl, Russia say that the Toyota Corolla collided with oncoming public transit bus, causing the whole vehicle to lose its tail. The bus, which had 20 passengers on board, managed to steer away and stay in the lane, however the Toyota was heavily damaged, with the driver failing to stop, continuing to drive on, but got into another collision with another car. According to police, the vehicle managed to drive through several districts of Yaroslavl. "On its way it got into another traffic collision at the intersection of Lenin and Sverdlov streets - brushed against Subaru. Luckily there were no casulties or injured in this one" said the local police report. The driver abandoned his car and was eventually caught up with by the police when he entered a set of apartments. Police say the driver was heavily intoxicated and could barely walk. During the examination of the drivers car, police found the dead body of a 33-year-old male, a passenger of the car who died when he got fatal injuries from the earlier bus crash.
Russia: Smashed Toyota continues to move after collision with bus, one dead