IRL Streamer Witnesses Bad Crash While Broadcasting from His Car - Dexerto

IRL Streamer Witnesses Bad Crash While Broadcasting from His Car

Published: 20/Jul/2018 20:03 Updated: 14/Oct/2020 14:53

by Vincent Genova


Ebenezer ‘EbZ’ Lembe was driving in his car on stream when a bad car crash happened right in front of him.

EbZ had the camera pointed inside of his car as he approached an intersection in Los Angeles.

Honking and a crash noise was then heard as a shocked EbZ reached for his camera to show what just happened. The clip starts at 40:00 minutes in the video below.

Once the camera was turned around, his audience could see the results of the crash. The wreckage involved two cars in the intersection, right in front of EbZ’s car.

A Hyundai with damage to the rear end and a white car with significant damage to the front end were involved in the crash. The airbag was deployed in the white car.

Not wanting to take the chance of another crash due to a backed up intersection in Los Angeles, EbZ drove away to safety with his camera capturing the aftermath.

Bystanders were spotted tending to the crash victims, though it is unknown what happened to them. A person can be seen getting out of the passenger side of the white car.

EbZ is a YouTube personality and IRL streamer who predominantly streams from his car driving around Los Angeles.


How to watch AOC play Among Us with Pokimane & Hasan on Twitch

Published: 20/Oct/2020 22:23 Updated: 20/Oct/2020 22:30

by Bill Cooney


U.S. politician Alexandria ‘AOC’ Ocasio-Cortez nearly broke Twitter when she asked, completely out of the blue, if anyone would want to play Among Us with her on Twitch – and now we have all the info on how to watch her stream with Pokimane, Hasan, and more.

AOC serves as U.S. Representative for New York’s 14th congressional district, and while she also moonlights as a League of Legends player, she’s also looking into trying her hand at the hit party game Among Us now too.

Based on the explosion of responses, replies, and offers to play her initial invitation received, it’s no surprise it took less than a day for it to get scheduled for 9PM ET on Oct. 20.

One of the thousands of people to reply was Twitch’s own Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys, who said “it’d be an honor” to play with the politician, and even offered to help set up her stream if she needed any.

AOC told Poki she would be creating an account and getting some streaming equipment to make it happen, which apparently didn’t take long since she announced the Among Us match would be going down October 20 at 9PM EST.

How to watch AOC’s Among Us stream

It didn’t take long for the Congresswoman to start her own Twitch channel, which appeared shortly after talking with Poki and Hasan, so you’ll be able to catch the stream there, to start.

Obviously Poki and Hasan will both be broadcasting the event as well, and you can find all three streams embedded below:




Three people do not make a full lobby, though, and while there’s no official list of participants going around Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar also indicated she would be jumping in as well.

It makes sense for politicians to expand their outreach to Twitch, as the site reaches millions of people in that sweet, sweet teen-through-young adult category each month. This strategy is nothing new either, and it shows no signs of slowing down either.

When Bernie Sanders was still running for president in 2019 for instance, his first Twitch stream drew tens of thousands of viewers – even though we, unfortunately, did not get to see Bernie actually throw down in Overwatch (not yet, at least).