There are other videos that you can watch under Ferrari Lebanon Drive.
I don’t recall seeing this car chase scene in any Lebanese movies.
Just imagine what could have happened if there was a car behind that pickup when this huge board fell off. What’s even worse is that he’s driving on the fast lane instead of staying on the extreme right and going slowly.
Three people were killed on Wednesday when a passenger bus collided with a truck on al-Bouar highway, north of Beirut, the Lebanese Red Cross and the National News Agency said. [Naharnet]
To be honest, taking the bus or mini-van in Lebanon has become a suicide mission. I don’t know why police officers are so keen on ignoring their reckless driving. Most of them have no respect for pedestrians, other cars, road signs etc …
No helmets and no plate numbers needed.
To be honest, I have mixed feelings about this campaign just like the guys at Brofessional. The reason is that unlike many, I happened to know May’s tragic story but people who don’t will get a bit confused.
In all cases, YASA and others are doing a great job promoting awareness but the accidents are still on the rise and the roads are getting worse. I think it’s time we move from TVCs to more practical approaches or maybe a mixture of both.
You can watch May’s Interview with
Min el Ekhir Talk of the Town [Here].
Ba3ed fi minnoun haydol?
Thank you Maya
No room for pedestrians on Lebanon’s sidewalks.
Picture taken from MTV YouReport
How did that happen?