Last week in Kent County located in southeast England, a mind boggling chain-reaction car crash involving 130 vehicles ended up injuring about 200 people, 33 of which were hauled off to the hospital. Apparently visibility was poor due to heavy fog and was the primary cause for the huge pile-up. Fog shouldn’t be a surprising climate element in England, but the drivers on the bridge were clearly not prepared for it. Those at the scene stated that visibility was only a mere 10 to 15 feet, and many were tailgating the car in front of them. These two elements mixed together is the recipe for disaster. The bridge was closed for nine hours, and it took 30 ambulances and 6 fire engines to clear up the horrendous scene. News reports say that, “this is the biggest single fog accident that Britain has ever had”. The aerial view of the Sheppey Crossing pile-up looked like a bunch of hot wheels hurled together, totally unreal. Thankfully no one died in this massive string of car crashes, but it got us thinking: What are some of the traffic accidents or pile-ups recorded?