Biker lucky to be alive after reversing the wrong way on the busy highway before crashing into the vehicle

A motorist is lucky to be alive after reversing two lanes on the Sydney highway at rush hour (pictured)

What was she thinking? The strange moment biker hits the brakes on a busy road and invests in oncoming traffic

  • A motorist is lucky to be alive after investing in the Sydney highway at rush hour
  • The video images show the young pilot upside down because he missed her.
  • He crossed two lanes and crashed into a vehicle that had nowhere to go
  • No one was injured in the accident but the traffic stopped after

Zoe Zaczek for Daily Mail Australia

A motorist is lucky to be alive after suddenly braking and reversing on a busy highway.

The young driver was traveling along a highway in Sydney, near North Ryde, when he made a bold move to stop during the rush hour traffic after losing his detour.

The video images show the vehicle upside down through two lanes before crashing into another vehicle.

A motorist is lucky to be alive after reversing two lanes on the Sydney highway at rush hour (pictured)

A motorist is lucky to be alive after reversing two lanes on the Sydney highway at rush hour (pictured)

The other car could not avoid the collision because they had nowhere else to go.

Both motorists were forced to stop on the busy highway and assess the damage to the vehicles, causing a lot of traffic, 7News informed.

Domenico De Conti, of Transurban, said that the traffic teams saw the incident on camera and sent the crew to the scene in ten minutes.

"They saw the incident immediately and sent our incident response group," De Conti said.

"There were no injuries, but it could have been a very different result."

The young driver crashed into another car that had nowhere to go (pictured)

The young driver crashed into another car that had nowhere to go (pictured)

The young driver crashed into another car that had nowhere to go (pictured)

Peter Khoury, of the National Association of Roads and Motorists, said the driver's behavior was "ridiculous."

"I'm struggling to think of something like this," he said.

The traffic teams understand that the young woman lost her exit due to her GPS.

It is illegal to stop on a highway in New South Wales unless it is an emergency situation, where it is recommended that you get into a fault lane or a shoulder.

The traffic teams responded to the scene in ten minutes, but there was a traffic accident after an accident

The traffic teams responded to the scene in ten minutes, but there was a traffic accident after an accident

The traffic teams responded to the scene in ten minutes, but there was a traffic accident after an accident

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