If you havent flown at this airport and dont know the true circumstances...
I have flown (regularly) at this airport and I agree that the plane was low. I also must say that the car crossed in front of an approaching plane (there are markings warning not to do so)
Both operators are at fault.
I would be much harsher on a more expeirienced pilot (even 50 hrs). The vehicle was easily visible from the time the pilot made his base to final (even 0 flaps) but I have seen many vehicles at this point that sat there "waiting" for me, only to have them proceed accross the road as I was about 500 feet from the end of the runway.
Plain and simple...Both are at fault and instead of being a trajic accident it should now be a learning experience.
As additional note (some of you mentioned change in plane attitude just before impact), approach from either end of this airport is notorious for tricky crosswinds and some turbulence almost all the time. It usually isnt severe, but can be ner