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Jul 12 2017

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Head On Collisions: Car Crash Accident Pictures and Stories
A head on collision occurs when the front end of two vehicles hit each other, these accidents result in the highest number of fatal crashes because the combined forces are so high. If two vehicles collide head-on, with each traveling at 50 mph the combined speed would equal 100mph. The reason for this is a law of physics called the Momentum conservation: In a collision occurring between car 1 and car 2, the total momentum of the two vehicles before the collision is equal to the total momentum of the two vehicles after the collision. Head on crashes often occur when passing, but can also be caused by driver inattention: see real accident stories below! Also see Head on Crash Gallery 2
Car-Accidents.com has a large array of head-on crash pictures, many fatal accidents and severe damage. See for yourself below. Please send in your crash pictures

Frontal Crash on the Road: Death Ensues

Porsche Head-On Collision
Kansas
Head On Crash Accident
Canton, Michigan
Head-on Accident
Saginaw, Michigan

Head On Crash: Drunk Driver
Spencer, Indiana

Head On Collision Pictures

Head with Sanitation Truck
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Impala Head On Destruction
Wisconsin

Head on With Truck Towing Home
New Jersey

Head-On Crash: 4 Sisters Killed
Ashland, Maine

Chevy Cobalt Vs Ford Freestar Van
See the two Vehicles

Head on Truck Accident
Southern Ontario

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