Wild moment an indicating driver cuts across THREE lanes of traffic before being clipped by an oncoming car and hurtling into another – but who’s in the wrong?
- Shocking video has emerged of a multi-lane crash on Bulla Road in Victoria
- Volkswagen cuts across two lanes before a silver car speeds down the right lane
- The silver car slams into the Volkswagen that spins and hits another vehicle
- Some said the silver car was going too fast while others blamed the Volkswagen
A frightening video has emerged of the moment a car cut across multiple lanes of traffic before being driven into by a silver people carrier.
Footage shared to Dash Cam Owners Australia on Saturday shows a black Volkswagen crossing three lanes on Bulla Road in Essendon in northern Victoria.
The Volkswagen veered into the far right lane while indicating, before a silver vehicle sped down the road and crashed into the unsuspecting driver.
A frightening video has emerged of the moment a car cut across multiple lanes of traffic and caused a crash on Bulla Road in Victoria (pictured)
The car spun and smashed into a small white car in the middle lane.
Luckily seconds after the multi-lane crash, an ambulance coincidentally drove down the far right lane, pulling up next to the smashed up Volkswagen.
The footage has shocked viewers with many quick to condemn the drivers, with some saying the Volkswagen was in the wrong.
‘It is seriously time to start taking licenses away from some of these clowns’, one wrote.
‘The black car didn’t even look! If they had, they would’ve seen the silver car flying up the right lane,’ another said.
But others said the silver car was driving too fast next to two lanes of stationary traffic and should have been more cautious.
The Volkswagon crashed into a small white car after another being hit by another car moments before (pictured)
‘It took two drivers to cause this crash, or at least one to do nothing to avoid it,’ one wrote.
‘The first one just jumped into the clear lane assuming it would stay clear. The other continued too fast past a line of stopped cars assuming no one would jump into it.
‘It’s a classic scenario happens all the time yet no one seems to be able to foresee when the next one is going to happen.’
But majority of the comments joked about the ‘impeccable timing’ of the ambulance at the scene.
‘Ambulance response time in Melbourne is amazing’, one woman wrote.
‘Well the ambos timed that perfectly,’ another said.
Ambulance coincidentally arrived at the scene seconds after the multi-lane crash (pictured)