It was a DC-8 freighter full of live beef, and the captain (American) had had a few too many, which should have been obvious to the junior crew members (Japanese, and considerably younger).
Others who had observed the captain prior to the flight testified as to the captain's impairment.
Thanks for the clarification. It had occurred to me that it might in fact be from a slightly different perspective, but without side by side comparison, it is, for all practical purposes, the same as the earlier release. There's really nothing new in the "new" video.
Why does everyone keep referring to that video as "new"? It was broadcast on just about every TV station with a news segment within a couple of days or so after the accident. It was taken by some spectator, I think with a cell phone, from across a body of water.
Just because it has now been released by the NTSB does not make it "new".
SUV driver was probably yapping on a cell phone, with no situational awareness.
I can't say how many times cell phone drivers (Usually in SUVs, for some reason) have made left turns directly in my path, seemingly oblivious to other traffic.