The mid-season finale of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” will air Sunday. A sneak preview reveals that the episode will show a continuation of the Kardashian-Jenner siblings’ ski trip to Montana. Amid the fun and relaxation, they go through two separate vehicular incidents, one of which was a scary auto crash with Khloe Kardashian behind the wheel.
Kylie Jenner shared the promo video for the upcoming episode, which starts off with a small clip about Bruce Jenner and his gender transition. It then shows scenes captured by a dashboard camera while Kylie, Khloe, Kim and Kim’s daughter North are spinning through the ice in an out-of-control vehicle.
Khloe is behind the wheel and she can be seen struggling to regain control of the vehicle. Kylie is holding on to the dashboard, looking terrified. Kim is a lot more distraught from the backseat as she points out that she’s not wearing her seatbelt.
The Mirror reported that the accident took place in February, just after Bruce Jenner told the women about his transition. Kim planned the ski trip in order to bond with her siblings during the difficult time. The car ended up in a ditch and luckily, no one was harmed. The incident reportedly happened after Khloe hit a patch of black ice on the road and lost control.
In another road incident, Scott Disick is in another car when a driver in front of him kept slowing down. He and his passengers nearly got hit by a 16-wheeler truck that was barrelling down the road behind them. In a video clip shared by Kris Jenner, Scott is seen cursing out the other driver. Both vehicles pulled over on the side of the road as the truck went by, missing them by mere inches. Luckily, no one was hurt in that incident either.
Bruce Jenner was not as fortunate with a car crash that he was involved in during the same month -- a four-car pile-up in Malibu, California, where a woman was killed. Jenner’s crash occurred two weeks before the siblings went to Montana. Apart from the fatality, five other people were injured in the accident. Jenner blamed a pack of chasing paparazzi for the accident, which started when he rear-ended a white Lexus.
Full details of the incidents in Montana will be shown Sunday on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” The mid-season finale airs at 9 p.m. EDT on E!