Video: Russian ‘ghost car’ appears from nowhere and causes crash
Some suggested the car was hidden behind another vehicle, others thought the video was fake
A viral video showing a bizarre traffic incident, in which a “ghost car” reportedly appeared out of nowhere in the middle of a busy intersection in Russia, causing a bump, has left many viewers stunned.
The incident was filmed by a dashboard camera from a car entering the intersection when the “ghost” car appeared. The video prompted many to try to explain where the mysterious car could have been, and how it did not appear earlier in the video.
According to the Daily Mail, some suggested the furtive car was hidden by another vehicle until its appearance at the last minute, while others suggested it was a visual trick or that the entire video is fake.
The “ghost car” clip was published on April 16, getting more than 257,000 hits as of Saturday.
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