- Tram Ho
A recent Google Street View vehicle recorded the moment the car seemed to have hit a wild rabbit jumping across the road. The incident happened while Street View was mapping a road in the vomit region of Poland.
The following image is detected by a Google Maps user and shared with the online community. Street scene is taken with a 360-degree camera mounted on the roof. The image shows a wild rabbit trying to jump across the road in Biala Droga, Poland before crashing into Google’s car.
It is unclear what the next fate of the rabbit is because the pictures after that are blurry and not leaked. Perhaps the driver didn’t even know the car had hit a rabbit.
The rabbit is about to cross the road
Then it was knocked up in the air
The rabbit was knocked flying up quite high
And then landed but didn’t know the situation
Many news agencies and users contacted Google for more information about the incident.
Some netizens were quite alarmed after watching photos from Street View cars and constantly questioning the safety of this car. A Reddit user wrote: “I thought that Google’s cars were running quite slowly. But I guess I was wrong.”
Car fleet specializing in street photography and street mapping service for Google Maps has a variety of vehicles including cars, scooters to sleighs, etc. Thanks to this powerful army, we can know How beautiful every road and corner of a country is.
Previously, Google Street View cars had a lot of irony. For example, the dance screen of two road cleaners in Birmingham, England.
There was even a case where the husband divorced his wife because he happened to find the scene of his wife having sex with another person on Google Street View.
Street view Google Street View has appeared on Google Maps since 2007. Its first friend only supports some cities in the US but now it appears in most major cities and rural areas. world.
Source : Genk