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Shocking Hit-and-Run Car Accident Caught On Camera As Reporter Broadcasts From Street

What the reporter says right before the accident is ironic.

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A KTLA 5 News reporter is broadcasting from a street in Los Angeles when a strange hit-and-run accident takes place behind him and very much on camera. What the reporter was saying just as the accident occurs is an amazing coincidence.

Find out what that is in this video posted by TikTok user @ruleofthebone.


"Wow," writes a commenter.

"LA is like the capital of hit and run," remarks another. "So many don't have insurance, or even a valid license."

"Welcome to L.A.," says a user sarcastically. "Hit-and-run capital of the world. No insurance."

One viewer of the video imagines what the driver is saying: "'Nope. Not today. See ya.'"

"Tell me you don’t already have a prior without saying anything," writes a user.

"This is one of those you-can't-make-this-stuff-up moments," remarks another.

One video watcher notices a detail: "Looks like the car was being chased by the silver car. Not sure if they were trying to get the tag number."

"Sure, blame it on the street," jokes a commenter.

"I like how the camera person kept the shot going!" another video watcher exclaims. "Excellent!"

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