A Dodge Charger from the television series Dukes of Hazzard crashed in Missouri today. This time, nevertheless, the vehicle was not driven by guys called Bo and Luke.
The 1969 Dodge Charger, which according to the West Taney County Police Department utilized throughout the shooting of the initial television program ‘Dukes of Hazzard’, he was associated with a one-car mishap in Missouri last weekend. 2 individuals in the automobile suffered small injuries and were required to healthcare facility, authorities stated.
It didn’t fall from leaping off a bridge
According to Hollister Police Chief Preston Schmidt, it has actually been validated that “the driver of the vehicle was speeding for the conditions which he lost control of the vehicle he was driving.” Images launched by the West Taney Fire Protection District reveal the muscle vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree. (text continues listed below image)
Photos of the crash reveal the signatures of the Dukes of Hazzard primary characters, however the owner informed regional media his vehicle was not utilized in the series. All the primary characters would drive. The initial television series aired on CBS in between 1979 and 1985, and a Hollywood movie followed in2005 Numerous of the cars were damaged throughout shooting, some endured and were later on offered to personal owners.
Between 250 and 330 cars were destroyed throughout shooting
Estimates of the variety of cars developed for the initial tv series variety from about 250 to 330, while about 25 were constructed for the 2005 movie. In 1991, Warner Brothers offered 17 cars to personal owners. The orange 1969 Dodge Charger with black 01 decals on the doors is among the most identifiable film cars in history, however the cars and truck has actually likewise been a topic of debate recently since of the Confederate flag on the roofing system.
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