Incredible moment & # 39; stolen car & # 39; bumps into an oncoming vehicle after having driven a busy highway in the wrong direction
- Horrible frontal collision on a New Zealand highway has been caught on CCTV
- A reportedly stolen car ran across a busy road and bumped into the opposite traffic
- Debris was flown over the road and four people were taken to the hospital
This is the incredible moment that a car collided with an oncoming car after being driven in the wrong direction on a highway.
The frightening frontal collision took place on the busy Southern Motorway, in Auckland, New Zealand, just after Thursday morning at 10 a.m.
Images of the crash show the allegedly stolen car that drives onto the highway via an exit before driving straight into traffic.
Shocked drivers quickly tried to dodge the vehicle, but a motorist couldn't get out of the car in time, stuff reports.
In the moments before the crash, the driver of the allegedly stolen car realizes their catastrophic error and smoke can come out of the tires as they try to break.
CCTV recordings of the crash show debris flying over the road in all directions.
Four people were injured in the crash, with two in a moderate collision and another two with minor injuries.
Auckland police inspector Cornell Klussein said the driver was wanted in connection with another crime.
& # 39; The driver was driving at a very high speed in the Flat Bush area and then headed in the wrong direction on the highway and bumped into an audience & # 39 ;, said Inspector Klussein.
This is the horrifying moment when a reportedly stolen car enters oncoming traffic on a busy highway at high speed.
The scary frontal collision (photo) took place on the busy Southern Motorway, in Auckland, New Zealand, just after Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m.
The police are also investigating how images of the crash were released, and said they had not given permission.
& # 39; We immediately took steps to see how these images were made public & # 39 ;, said Chief Inspector Karyn Malthus.
& # 39; The police take these matters seriously and we are disappointed with what happened this morning. & # 39;
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