Woman car passenger inadvertently live-streams her own death on Facebook in horror high-speed crash

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Woman car passenger inadvertently live-streams her own death on Facebook in horror high-speed crash

This is the horrific moment a young woman inadvertently live-streamed her own death when a car she was a passenger in smashed into a barrier.

The video footage of the incident shows giggling Nikol Barabasova holding her phone up to begin a Facebook Live stream as her friend accelerates along the road.

The VW was reportedly driving at more than 120kph (74.5mph) in Obrnice, Czech Republic – with the pair allegedly trying to go much faster – when it smashed into a barrier.

The pair look excited to be driving – with a nervous-looking Nikol occasionally flicking her gaze between the camera and road.

Nikol Barabasova (in black) filmed herself on Facebook Live laughing and joking with a friend as they were driving along a road in Obrnice in the Czech Republic. Moments later her friend, who was driving the VW, crashed into a barrierNikol Barabasova (in black) filmed herself on Facebook Live laughing and joking with a friend as they were driving along a road in Obrnice in the Czech Republic. Moments later her friend, who was driving the VW, crashed into a barrier

Barabasova can be seen holding up her mobile phone as she films herself and the driver.

The mobile phone camera is left running as it ominously comes to rest with the lens focused on a seatbelt – and nothing moving inside the vehicle.

The vehicle shudders, flips over (picture) and goes quietThe camera, which is left running, ends up focusing on one of the car's seat belts

But the vehicle then shudders, flips over and goes quiet and the camera, which is left running, ends up focusing on one of the car’s seat belts.

Reports in the Czech Republic suggest emergency services stopped the live streaming when they arrived about 20 minutes later.

The driver is said to be in intensive care in hospital having suffered serious head injuries.

Police have launched an investigation into the tragedy.

SOURCE: Mail.online

 

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