“The engine won’t turn off!” Electric taxi ran away at 188 km/h. Passenger said, “I saw you didn’t press the accelerator.”

An electric car taxi carrying customers in Daegu suddenly sped at a speed approaching 190 km/h after the first collision, resulting in an accident. Both the driver and passenger claim sudden acceleration. According to MBC

on the 27th , at around 0:40 am on the 15th, an electric taxi traveling at a speed of 50 km per hour on a road in Suseong-gu, Daegu suddenly crossed the center line and collided with a sports utility ( SUV ), resulting in an accident. Due to this accident, the electric taxi lost speed for a moment, but after about 3 seconds, the먹튀검증 car suddenly began to speed up and started to run. The speed, which was 54 km/h at the time of the collision, exceeded 100 km/h in just 5 seconds, and soared to 188 km/h 20 seconds later. The ‘zero hundred’ ( time of reaching 100 km/ h from 0 km/ h ) of the accident vehicle was known to be 5.2 seconds, and the vehicle accelerated rapidly as if the full accelerator was pressed.

As the car sped away, the driver and passengers were terrified. The surprised backseat passenger adjusted his seat belt and shouted, “At least turn off the engine.” The driver applied the brakes and turned off the engine, but the car did not stop. The side brake was also useless.

The taxi, which precariously passed four intersections, eventually hit the stopped car in front, flipped over and skidded for another 250 meters before coming to a stop.

In this accident, the taxi driver, the passenger, the driver of the vehicle that was hit, and five pedestrians were seriously injured and all were transported to the hospital for treatment.

The taxi driver claimed, “After the first collision, the car accelerated suddenly,” and the passenger in the back seat also said, “I saw that the taxi driver was clearly not pressing the accelerator.” The police, who have secured nearby closed-circuit (CC) TVs and black boxes, plan to send the taxi’s accident recorder and driving recorder to the National Institute of Forensic Science to check the speed of the taxi at the time of the accident and whether the accelerator pedal and

brake were used .






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