We all make mistakes. We can only hope that putting people in harms way isn't a direct result of those mistakes. However, sadly... sometimes they are.
This past weekend, tourists gathered along the shores of Lake Asklykul in Russia to enjoy a weekend of sun, nature and swimming.
The video pans over the scenery with lots of tourists in view, until it focuses on a car that's attempting to make it's way up the hill.
The driver of the car seems to be having some difficulty when trying to climb the hill. As a moment passes we can then see the driver start to exit the vehicle. With one foot out of the door, he stands half inside seeming confused.
It's then that his other foot seems to release the brake pedal that must have been holding the car in place. The car quickly rolls backwards which causes the man to fall out of the car and have the vehicle rollover his body.
The car then rolls forward and begins to head down the hill towards a number of parked cars, tourists and pitched tents. As the car rolls down the hill it begins to pick up a significant amount of speed people begin to yell warning anyone who is in the way.
The car is stopped after it runs over a tent and smashes into a parked car. On the video, you can see a man and his child nearly escaping the tent just as the Czech made Skoda Fabia demolishes it and slams into the parked car.
According to a police report the driver was said to be sober and his reasons for getting out of the vehicle were unknown.