Google Maps Street View catches photo of brutal crash between motorcycle and truck

It's one of the most popular navigational apps around the world, and now Google Maps has caught the moment a motorcycle slammed into a truck. The accident was snapped by Google's Street View camera in Tlaquepaque, Mexico. In the image, two passengers on a motorcycle can be seen crashing into the side of a pickup truck, with one passenger strewn across the windscreen, and the second mid-air.

Bizarrely, despite the crash happening right in front of them, pedestrians in the scene seem unfazed, walking around as if nothing has happened. According to Autoevolution, the images were likely snapped in 2015, and the scene has now been censored on the map.

The accident was snapped by Google's Street View camera in Tlaquepaque, Mexico
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The news comes shortly after a man blamed Google Maps after falling into a frozen river in Minneapolis. The man, who is unnamed, attempted to walk across the frozen Mississippi River over the weekend, claiming that Google Maps told him it was the quickest route.

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However, the ice quickly cracked beneath his feet, partially plunging him into the frozen water.

Thankfully, the Minneapolis Fire Department quickly responded to the man's calls, and helped him to escape from the river.

According to CBS, the man suffered a mild case of hypothermia following the incident.

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