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Just over a year ago, we became fascinated by the idea of discovering the world through someone else’s eyes. What if you could see through the eyes of a protester in Ukraine? Or watch the sunrise from a hot air balloon in Cappadocia? It may sound crazy, but we wanted to build the closest thing to teleportation. While there are many ways to discover events and places, we realized there is no better way to experience a place right now than through live video. A picture may be worth a thousand words, but live video can take you someplace and show you around.
This is the terrifying moment two men were involved in a car wreck while streaming live on Periscope.
The video shows the car moving at speed, taken from the passenger side, as they drive in an open top convertible.
A yellow truck appears in the road in front of them as the camera turns from filming out of the windscreen.
All of a sudden, a loud smash and a grinding can be heard as the sports car slams into the back of the vehicle.
The screen goes black as voices and noises can be heard in the background.
According to Turkish media, one of the men involved was a famous actor called Mustafa Alabora.
The two men were driving on the Istanbul-Şile highway when they were involved in the accident, according to Hurriyet Daily News , and were taken to hospital.Although the car crashed six minutes into broadcast, the Periscope recording carried on for another 40 minutes in which bystanders and medics can be heard trying to help.
Mr Alabora is reported to be in intensive care in Kozyatağı hospital, Istanbul.