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Watch: A bike crash in GTA V sets off the most hilarious 5-minute explosion in gaming history

August 4th, 2015 at 10:15 PM
GTA V Bike Crash Car Pileup Video

It’s a good thing real humans don’t drive like the humans in Grand Theft Auto V, because otherwise our entire species would be extinct within a week. If you need more proof of this, look no further than a new video posted by YouTube user Hoosker Don’t that shows how a simple motorcycle crash can set off a chain reaction of crashes and explosions the likes of which we’ve thankfully never seen in real life.

RELATED: Yet another insane man flees from cops using tactics ripped directly from GTA V

It all starts off when the player wipes out on their motorcycle in the middle of the highway. The bike proceeds to catch fire and explode, which then causes a truck that tried to drive over it to catch fire and explode. Soon more cars start piling up in the highway and exploding as well.

What makes the video hilarious is that the drivers on the highway keep driving directly at full speed into the giant pile of fiery death that’s accumulated on the road, despite the fact that it can be seen from a good distance away. The coup de grace comes when both an ambulance and fire truck arrive on the scene to try to help people, even they drive into the fiery death pile to meet their doom.

Check out the whole video below.




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