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Ute and hatchback merge the same lane extraordinary collision on the road rage – drivers can’t agree who was wrong

Trying to merge Ute and hatchback in the same lane leads to an extraordinary collision with road rage – but drivers can’t agree on who was in error

  • Incident was recorded on camera at Parramatta Road, Summer Hill in Sydney
  • Footage showed both vehicles indicating that they will be driving to the middle lane on Sunday
  • Ute led the way and took the place, furious with the hatchback passenger

A shocking case of road rage unfolded on a busy road in Sydney after two cars tried to merge in the middle lane at the same time, sparking a discussion about who was wrong.

The incident was recorded on Sunday afternoon with a camera on Parramatta Road, Summer Hill, in the west of the city.

Images showed both cars, one in the left-hand lane and one in the right, indicating that the lane must be changed before the ute started to take the lead and took the place.

The hatchback passenger then opened the passenger door to yell at the driver, get out of the car, and slap his hand against the window.

The ute driver took revenge and drove into the front passenger door of the hatchback before driving off.

Since being shared on the Facebook page Dash Cam Owners Australia has been shared more than 1000 times on Monday evening.

But administrators are divided over who was wrong.

Images of the incident showed both cars indicating to change lanes before the ute gets the upper hand and takes the place in the middle lane

Images of the incident showed both cars indicating to change lanes before the ute gets the upper hand and takes the place in the middle lane

But in a moment of immediate karma, the ute driver takes revenge as he drives through the front passenger door of the hatchback before he runs into the distance

Most agreed that the ute had priority to go to the middle lane while trying to get out of a left turn.

“The UTE driver immediately had a reason to drive across a lane. They both reported, but Ute was the first to enter the track that was fair enough for him, “someone said.

But drivers were critical of the way in which both drivers dealt with the situation.

“They’re both put together at the same time, it happens, there’s nobody wrong or anything, the man’s useless reaction to the right lane,” someone wrote.

Some suggested that the driver of the hatchback “got what he deserved” for lashing.

One commentator suggested that the bizarre incident was not someone's fault

One commentator suggested that the bizarre incident was not someone's fault

One commentator suggested that the bizarre incident was not someone’s fault

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