Every day, we come across bad drivers in Canada. I'm not trying to be braggy, but I have to say that in Vancouver BC, we tend to have the worst of the worst. Before you start saying, "No, [Insert Canadian City] has the worst drivers of all", we have video proof.
If you're from Vancouver, then you know that 99% of the population has resorted to sticking dash cams onto their vehicles' dashboards as a direct result of the rising number of insane crashes and accidents in the lower mainland.
Since hit and runs and crazy driving has become the norm around here, drivers have decided to run dash cams in their cars at all times so they can have proof in case they're involved in an accident.
One Canadian literally did just that and it's definitely going to save them some cash. The Reddit post claims that a local realtor was caught on video hitting a parked car. But that's not all.
The original video was titled "Cammer's parked car is hit. Driver claims they were unaware they hit them."
In the video, you can see that a real estate company's van attempting to park on a residential road when they ran into the front end of a car that was already parked on the side of the street.
After realizing that she hit another car, the alleged realtor got out of her vehicle to examine what had just happened.
Not only did this woman allegedly hit a parked car, she got out of her vehicle, walked back to the car she hit, inspected the damage and then quickly drove away. Yes, this woman was literally caught in a "Hit-And-Run" and fled the scene!
At the end of the video, you can just barely see the driver turn left at the intersection and then she appears to re-park her van around the corner.
According to the original Reddit thread, this woman allegedly denied knowing that she hit the victim's car. Luckily, this Redditor was smart enough to have video proof which pretty clearly shows that the suspect knew exactly what happened.
The original video has been taken down, but a mirrored version has been put up on YouTube courtesy of AjaxHG. According to the Reddit thread, someone claiming to be the woman in the video commented on the original YouTube video before it was taken down. This woman was said to have stated that she called ICBC right away.
This may be true, but Redditors are ruthless and are claiming if this is true, the driver still shouldn't have driven away from the incident without leaving some information behind or looking for the driver.
It's hard to say exactly what happened in this incident, but the video is hilarious proof that Vancouver has the whackiest drivers.
Here's the full video: