Transformers 3 – Bumblebee Tuna?

Well, as I take my daily “walk” through all the news articles posted about cars and what not, I discovered a story about the filming of the new Transformers 3 movie.

As you may or may not know, there are numerous “accidents” that take place in the Transformers movies.  These are generally planned, but occasionaly you will see accidents that are actually accidents.  This is what happened in Washingtion, D.C. while they were filming.  Apparently a local police officer was responding to a call and ran through a light right at the same time a yellow Chevrolet Camaro (most of you will know as BumbleBee) was zooming through.  The Camaro T-boned the Police Officer’s SUV.  There were no serious injuries, except for the Camaro.  It was covered up and taken away.  I guess poor BubmbleBee is in need of some repairs.  Check out the video below to see everything for yourself.

It’s too bad that BumbleBee got “injured” in Washington, D.C., because had he been injured in Shreveport or Bossier City, Louisiana; he could have visited Red River Chevrolet for some fast and friendly service (you know I had to throw that in there)!

Thanks to for the story.  For the complete article visit Autoblog.

 by Brad Troedel


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