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Land Rover Picks Fight With Russian Military Vehicle, Loses Badly

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A Russian infantry fighting vehicle collided into a Land Rover in Tula — and things didn’t end well for the SUV, video posted to Russian social media shows.

The accident took place when the Land Rover’s driver tried to merge into a convoy on Monday evening, resulting in the BMD amphibious infantry fighting vehicle colliding with its rear side, the rg.ru news website reported Tuesday.

While no one was injured, the back of the Land Rover was damaged significantly. Unsurprisingly, the infantry fighting vehicle was left unscathed from the interaction.

The collision took place in Tula’s Zarechensky district, near where the Tula 106th Airborne Division regiments are stationed.

Authorities confirmed that an accident involving a “tracked vehicle” had happened and that they had launched an investigation.

The moral of the story? Always drive defensively in combat-vehicle traffic.

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