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The moment a fast-driving driver lights up red and bumps into another car in Adelaide, the camera is captured

Terrifying moment when a fast-driving driver dangerously drives a red light before he cuts an oncoming car into a horrible collision

  • Images of a car that bursts through a red light before it crashes are captured
  • Dashcam recordings show how the car hits another car on Saturday at 8.45 pm
  • Woman, 56, hurried to the hospital, while passengers from the other car escaped damage
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The moment a fast-driving driver lights up red and bumps into another car, the camera is captured.

The images, on a dashcam in the northern suburbs of Adelaide on Saturday at 8.45 pm, showed a hatchback that was passing by another vehicle that had stopped in front of the red light.

The fast-moving car then drove through a lane that was clearly marked for turns to the right.

The fast-moving car drove straight ahead and hit another vehicle in the middle of the intersection.

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The moment a fast-driving driver lights up red and bumps into another car in Adelaide, the camera is captured

The moment a fast-driving driver lights up red and bumps into another car in Adelaide, the camera is captured

The front of the other car was completely lifted and the rest of the vehicle was turned into the air during the Modbury North crash.

The driver of the fast-moving car, a 56-year-old woman, was brought to Royal Adelaide Hospital with serious injury.

Four people in the car that was hit escaped major damage and suffered only minor injuries.

Two people were taken to Modbury Hospital in the northeast of the city for review.

South Australia police have told Daily Mail Australia that the incident has been investigated and no one has yet been charged.

Four innocent people in the second car miraculously escaped major damage and sustained only minor injuries
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Four innocent people in the second car miraculously escaped major damage and sustained only minor injuries

Four innocent people in the second car miraculously escaped major damage and sustained only minor injuries

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