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Whats Left of a Smart Car [See Correction below- most likely Volkswagen Cross Fox ]. Head on Collision with Truck on Highway. The people in the car did not survive.

Mark P. from Winnepeg, Canada
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Editors note: The pics sent in here included some graphic ones which we do not post for reasons of good taste and respect. BK Hi there From pic #2 I can tell it’s really a VW Cross Fox. The plates start with DO, which means the car is originally from S o Paulo (SP) state in Brazil (first letters B , C and D were reserved for S o Paulo State).

From pic #3 I can tell the accident happened somewhere inland the S o Paulo state. The leftmost white-black-red car in the picture is a typical SP police car. The ambulance on the right of the pic also is typical from SP. The guy on gray uniform beside the ambulance is a SP state police officer.

Furthermore, that kind of truck is very commonly seen in inland roads in SP and are used to carry sugar-cane. I can’t tell from the pictures, but they usually are a tractor and two trailers filled with just harvested sugar cane, which make them very heavy. They are very slow when climbing up and can be dangerously fast when going down.

The pics suggest that the CrossFox driver invaded the truck’s lane. It’s not uncommon to drivers to sleep on the wheels driving on these long straight sections of the reads.

Thank you for not posting strong graphics and covering parts of the posted pictures. Although quite morbid, I think that letting people know how ugly a crash scene can be can help to increase the awareness of how a dangerous weapon our beloved cars can become.

Please, post my name as just M.R. . I’m from S o Paulo city, in Brazil. MR Posted 12/16/07

Hello. I was just lookin thru your site and saw a new pict. Just a note that this was NOT a Smart car. Probibly a Susuki or something. It was a four seater. and Smart does not offer the spair tire on the rear. Just wanted to pass this on as Smart is a mutch stronger car than it looks. Cheers and Buckle up Wes B. Posted 3/20/07
About the accident Head-on Fatal Crash Winnepeg, Canada : this accident did not happen in Canada but in Brasil. The city is Brasilia and the car is a VW CroosFox. In pic 5 , the car is in a plattform, and we can see the word disque , which means dial in portuguese. I don t know anithing else about this accident. Fred Posted 3/21/07 This accident is not in Winnepeg Canada. In fact, it doesn’t look like its in North America. In picture 6, you can see French words on the flatbed and a phone number that does not relate to any North American number. Eric Sch. Posted 3/21/07 You can tell its not in Canada. Look at the foreign license plates on the cars around it. They’re not Canadian license plates, looks like England license plates, or France. Look at the cop car also in pic 3, thats not a Canadian Mountie vehicle. Looks like a Russian police vehicle. My opinion, that accident was not in Canada. Plus that isn’t a Smartcar. In pic 1 you can see on the door a word. A person already said what kind of vehicle that is and along the door I can see CroosFox. You can see it all but in pic 6 you can see the word fox . GreG Posted 3/22/07 Dear Sirs: The car in the pictures is a VW CrossFox, made in Brazil by VW. The car is sold in several countries in America (Including Mexico) but not in Canada nor in the USA. Antonio D. Posted 3/22/07 Hey, this is about the car accident of the VW CroosFox Car Versus Truck in Brasilia, Brasil? I just want to say THANK YOU for not posting the brutal pictures of what the driver looked like! I saw the pictures in one of my driving classes and I can honestly say, I got up from my seat, went to the washroom and got sick and didn’t sleep that night. Those pictures of the passenger, were the worst, most graphic pictures it has ever been my displeasure to see. so once again, THANK YOU for NOT. posting them on the internet Mackenzie P Posted 9/25/07 This is NOT A SMART CAR. It is a Volkswagen CrossPolo. And it is Brazil not Canada; look at the license plate on the Polo. has2manycars Posted 9/26/07

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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