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Google Street View Car In Wrong-Way Crash


The 6 PM accident on a Little Rock street left the Google car with significant damage to its front end. The other car was "fuckin' totaled," according to driver Dylan Case, 22, who was injured in the crash.

As seen above, the crash scene was photographed by Forbidden Hillcrest. A second photo snapped by a passing motorist shows the Google car with its front bumper missing, while the driver seems to be dismantling the vehicle's mapping equipment 

According to a Little Rock Police Department accident report, the Google-owned car, a 2010 Subaru Legacy, was being driven by Alexander Spurr, a 28-year-old Bryant, Arkansas resident. Spurr, seen at right, was cited by cops for "careless prohibited driving."

Spurr told police that after realizing he was driving the wrong way on Tyler Street, he attempted a U-turn, but "accidently came out onto" an adjacent road, where he struck Case's vehicle "in the side and spun him around." Case told cops that he had a green light and that Spurr "must have ran the red light."

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