Light Truck Does Not Yield in Russia - Ends Up Toppling Over

Yielding is something which you have to do all the time, especially if you live in an area where none or few of the junctions have lights. In countries where people drive on the right side of the road, if you arrive at a junction, you have ti yield right, yet if you have a sign to guide your way, it’s all for the better.
This Russian driver does not even slow down while he was approaching the intersection, despite the fact that the Gazelle light truck was clearly not intending to brake. The first driver rams into the Gazelle, toppling it over. As it falls onto its side, it snatches a baby pram which was close to the road surface, as well as knocking over a woman who was standing next to it.

Thankfully, it seems that the pram was actually full of groceries, or some other inanimate objects, as nobody hustles to check on it after the crash - they do start picking up the debris afterward - the important aspect here was there was no baby to get hurt.
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