News Mudslide Brings Near Moment of Regret “Mudslide” sounds almost idyllic, doesn’t it? Like a spa treatment. Except it’s not, as this dash-mounted camera captures in Taiwan’s By Steve Casimiro September 03, 2013 0 11 “Mudslide” sounds almost idyllic, doesn’t it? Like a spa treatment. Except it’s not, as this dash-mounted camera captures in Taiwan’s Badouzi Coastal Park. Check out the not-so-little surprise and mega close call at 00:26. Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Tags: art + design Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal. Recommended PostsA Misty Morning Walk in SwedenThe Bold Geometries of Artist Anna PorrecaHow the Camp Chair Went Huge Showing 11 comments patrick September 3, 2013 Reply :03 top of cliff luke September 3, 2013 Reply good eye mike September 5, 2013 Reply um – yeah – good eye! Col Moe Dee September 3, 2013 Reply Holy Moly!!!! I think I would have needed a new pair of pants had I been in that car. Is that covered under the rental insurance? Russ Ricketts September 3, 2013 Reply Highway 20 (the North Cascades Hwy) up here in Wash. just had one that looked about that big come down on the road. I always wonder about the event that triggered a slide looks like, now I know! Chris September 3, 2013 Reply I think I even see the boulder clearing the waterfall at 0:15. James Deibel September 3, 2013 Reply At the very beginning you can see the boulder break off the top of the mountain The Outdoor Times September 3, 2013 Reply The “OMG” moment… Todd A. Vruggink September 3, 2013 Reply WOW!!!! Nolan Ryan September 3, 2013 Reply um, holy sh!t Bryan Zirkel September 3, 2013 Reply Saw this on Reddit the other day. The car, despite looking like it got nudged out of the way, was totally smashed in the front. Better than a boulder on top, I guess. My reaction whenever I see these though is why does everyone else in the world have dashboard cameras in their cars? Leave a Comment Cancel reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.