Hare today, gone tomorrow: Google Street View car captures the moment it runs over a bunny and sends it flying through the air
- Hare’s final moments were caught by a 360° camera mounted to top of a car
- Google Street View vehicle struck the animal on the Biala Drogo road, Poland
- The hare runs in to path of the car before being flung up high in to the air
This is the unfortunate moment a Google Street View van strikes an unsuspecting hare and sends it hurtling through the air.
The animal’s final moments are caught by the 360° camera mounted to the top of the vehicle as it drives along the Biala Droga road in Poland.
The camera captures the hare running out on to the road, striking the vehicle, and being flung in to the air.
The animal’s final moments were caught by the 360° camera mounted to the top of the vehicle while it drives down the Biala Droga road in Poland
The camera captures the hare running out on to the road, striking the vehicle, and being flung in to the air
As the vehicle continues along the road the hare is pictures flying through the air
After the images were posted to social media one commenter, Jasper North, said: ‘You see the exact moment the hare is hit. It came from nowhere and flies through the air and everything.’
The commenter even added some hare-based puns to the end of his post.
‘It really was a bad hare day. Hare today, gone tomorrow as they say,’ he added.
Google Street View was launched in 2007 for several cities in the United States to provide interactive panoramas from the road.
Even the moment the hair hits the car is captured. Commenting on Facebook Jasper North said: ‘It really was a bad hare day’.
It has since expanded to include cities and rural areas across the world. The panoramas are of stitches together images.
Most is done by car, but some are done by tricycle, boat, snowmobile, and underwater apparatus, as well as on foot.
Other random moments recently captured by Google’s street cameras include a woman reaching to pull out a wedgie, a cyclist in Japan falling off her bike and a naked lumberjack.