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[VIDEO] Train Hits a Watermelon Truck, Spectators Are Worst Heroes Ever

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Train hits a watermelon truck, spectators are worst heroes ever

Train hits a watermelon truck, spectators are worst heroes ever

I just saw a strange video in which a train hits a watermelon truck (yes, that’s a thing) at a railroad crossing, and I need everyone to stop what they are doing and watch it too. Not just because it’s strangely satisfying to see a gigantic train slam into the side of a semi-truck full of watermelons (although I must say, it is strangely satisfying), but also because it is instructional in absolutely what not to do in the event of an emergency.

train hits a watermelon truck

The bloody (juicy?) aftermath caught by the noble explorers

“Hey, someone could be in that semi that’s about to be hit by a train. Let’s whip out our camera phone to film it; it’s not like we might need to call 911. Oh, dayum! It just hit it. But wait, before we call 911, let’s go investigate. I wonder if anyone’s inside. We should go check. But wait, look at all these watermelons. Those are some good watermelons. Let’s take some and get out of here.”

Check out the whole thing in the video below. (Warning: Some adult language is used.)

  • Timothy MooreManaging Editor

    Timothy Moore hails from Dayton, Ohio, and tries to bring that Midwestern flavor to his writing. (But as it turns out, no one really likes the Midwestern flavor.) He has been covering the auto industry for years, with several national auto shows under his belt, but he’s been writing about lots of other things (like dragons and Mickey Mouse and cows drowning in milk) since he was just a tot. Outside of the land of cars, Timothy enjoys watching The Office and consuming excessive amounts of peanut butter and beer, and is on the board of an up-and-coming Dayton theatre company called The Playground. And when he’s not on stage (or three jars into a peanut butter binge), Timothy spends time with his mischievous dog, Greyson. See more articles by Timothy.