The dramatic images of dashcam have captured the horrible moment when a semi-trailer overturned after accelerating in a sharp turn on a road.
The video, which was recorded by an autoparts employee, was uploaded to the Autopro Northam Facebook account on Tuesday.
Ashley Casey was driving back to Perth, on the Great Eastern Highway, after a spare race when she saw the truck rolling sideways near Wundowie.
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The dramatic images of dashcam (in the photo) have captured the horrible moment when a semi-trailer overturned after accelerating in a tight turn in The Wheatbelt, Perth.
In the video, Mr. Casey's vehicle is seen traveling along the regional highway, with only another small car in front of him.
A semi-trailer in the opposite lane passes, since Mr. Casey travels at a speed of 110 km / h.
As Mr. Casey's vehicle approaches a curve in the road, another semi-trailer can be seen when turning the closed curve.
The video shows the semi-trailer tilted to the side when Mr. Casey's car passes by, before it completely flips its load, lifting the wheels off the road cabin.
Mr. Casey slows down his vehicle immediately -reflected by the data on the screen- and the driver of the smaller car ahead also seems to reach recesses.
Then, the video shows Mr. Casey turning his car and heading towards the semi-trailer, which was lying on its side.
The video shows the semi-trailer (pictured) tilted to one side when Mr. Casey's car passes by, before completely turning over his load, lifting the wheels from the road cabin.
After stopping completely, Ashley Casey (pictured) is shown, a volunteer from State Emergency Services, running toward the semi, who still has his lights on.
As the employee of the auto shop approaches the semi-trailer, smoke can be seen coming out from under the cab.
After stopping altogether, Mr. Casey, a volunteer from the State Emergency Services, is shown running toward the semi, which still has its rest lights on.
Mr. Casey said he did not waste time running to help the driver.
& # 39; The procedure mode was started from my training SES & # 39; he told Perth Now.
He added that the driver of the truck was lucky enough to be able to walk freely from the semi-flat, before an out-of-service doctor gave him away and passed by.