Dashcam images show gruesome collisions at Strathpine after you have fallen into the car and are on fire
& # 39; He is going to crash & # 39 ;: terrifying moment when a fast-paced truck driver loses control and hits the back of a car before he falls over and catches fire – like another motorist miraculously avoids the massacre
- Images captured at the moment an ute hit the car and blazed
- The truck drove past Gympie Road in Brisbane when it collided with the sedan
- The vehicle collapsed before it hit the sedan forward in a 4WD
- Forensic Crash Unit has yet to close the investigation into the cause of the crash
Aidan Wondracz for Daily Mail Australia
The terrifying moment that a fast moving truck has been plowed into the back of a car before it flips and catches fire has been taken in front of the camera.
Dashcam images showed a driver who traveled on the left lane along Gympie Road in Strahpine, Brisbane on December 31 last year.
When the car approached the intersection on the Kremzow road, a fast-moving truck passed the vehicle and crossed the busy road.
This is the frightening moment that a fast moving truck is plowed into the back of a car before it flips and catches fire
A driver at the intersection got wind from the threatening car just in time to drive his left to the left and out of the way.
Although the next car was not so lucky.
"He's going to crash, he's going to crash, he's going to crash," heard a driver say outside the camera.
The fast moving truck plowed into the silver sedan at the intersection.
The rear bumper of the stationary car flew away when the sedan rammed in front of him in a 4WD and the truck collapsed on its side.
A little later the car broke up in flames.
Dashcam images showed a driver who traveled on the left lane along Gympie Road in Strahpine, Brisbane on December 31 last year
The police were called to the scene of the dramatic collision at 12.15 am and were working to divert traffic when Queensland Fire and Emergency Services suppressed the fire.
Wonderfully, two people were transported to Royal Brisbane and the Women & # 39; s Hospital under stable conditions.
The Forensic Crash Unit must still close down its investigation into the cause of the crash.
A driver at the intersection gets the wind from the threatening car just in time to swing their ute to the left and out of the way of evil
The rear bumper of the stationary car flies away while the sedan in the 4WD ram in front of the car and the truck collapses on its side