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i wish the kenya likoni ferry tragedy knew of this trickys,,,so painfull to lose a mum and a kid
I am 100% knowledgeable now..Thank you so much..Our fellow kenyan and her daughter have been retreaved today from Indian ocean at Likoni ferry channel after thier vehicle plunged into the sea some two weeks now..I wish they could have seen this before..
What If I don't know how to swim😭😭😭😭
Do you have work to do
at 2:41 my anxiety went 📈
You could always wait until the pressure equalizes in the vehicle and once it equalizes, opening the door is effortless
Or you can just wait until your car is completely submerged and open the door
Stanley knife for Passager seat belts and a claw hammer for the windows. A must carry if you live near high risk area's of flooding and rural waterways, lochs lakes rivers canals.Think positive Act quick and efficient. Take Charge, everyone lives.
Even more terrifying is the idea of having loved ones in the car that I can’t get to.
im jus imagining my baby cousins in this situation
Bullshit! If Mythbusters can't make it, you couldn't either. Smashing the window immediately is the only way, opening it would take too long for the waiting for the pressure to stabilize, and you wouldn't be able to swing with enough force under water to break it.
Who the hell has a hammer right by to use.
what a useless video. i guess everyone drives around with a hammer to break glass just incase their car gets submerged by water. how about being realistic and show what to do, when panic is the main factor you have no object to break glass
How can you break the window from outside for example when you are a witness and try to get the driver out of the car but the doors are closed, car is underwater already and he/she is unconscious?
There's one problem.... I CANT SWIM
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What if there is a child sitting with you in the car? Do you go back in after you are free?
Thanks for video as it might save me some day knowing this.Thumbs up from Rep Ireland
Nobody:Me: I can't swim