Russian Footballer Walks Away After 105 MPH Crash in Nissan GT-R
Andrey Yeschenko likes to go fast. So does his Nissan GT-R. The pole he demolished during this wild crash, however, does not like when he goes fast. The 31-year-old Russian soccer player was speeding in his Japanese supercar in Krasnodar, Russia, when he went slightly off track while switching lanes and rammed nose-first into an electrical post. Lucky for him, though the car was completely destroyed, he was able to step away from the accident without any major injuries. A report from The Daily Telegraph states that he was going approximately 105 mph during the time of impact. RELATED: See Photos of the 600-Horsepower Nissan GT-R Nismo
Yeschenko, who was on the Russian World Cup squad, is currently on loan as a defender for Kuban Krasnodar but usually plays for Anzhi Makhachkala. The only thing he'll be defending this week is why he was going so fast (badum tss).
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Photo Credit: Daily Telegraph
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