Thursday 23 June 2022 03:38 AM Horrifying dashcam footage captures highspeed motorway crash in Canberra trends now

Thursday 23 June 2022 03:38 AM Horrifying dashcam footage captures highspeed motorway crash in Canberra trends now
Thursday 23 June 2022 03:38 AM Horrifying dashcam footage captures highspeed motorway crash in Canberra trends now

Thursday 23 June 2022 03:38 AM Horrifying dashcam footage captures highspeed motorway crash in Canberra trends now

Horrifying dashcam footage captures high-speed motorway crash - as debate erupts over which driver was in the wrong: 'This was avoidable' Dashcam footage captures car crash after drivers last minute merging fail    The Fiat driver smashes into the front and of another car while on Canberra road Viewers argued the dashcam driver had plenty of time to avoid the collision

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Video footage of a driver smashing their car after a last-minute attempt to merge lanes has divided Australians over who is at fault.

The dashcam footage shows a burnt orange Fiat 500 smashing into a car and spinning out of control on Canberra's Yarra Glen road on June 14, after the driver attempted to change lanes.

The driver puts her left indicator on at the same time she starts to merge into the lane - failing to check her blind spot.

The Fiat driver puts her left indicator and starts to merge without checking her blind spot (pictured)

The Fiat driver puts her left indicator and starts to merge without checking her blind spot (pictured)

When the car starts to merge the dashcam driver honks his horn but its too late - the Fiat smashes into the front right-hand side of the car, spins and comes to a stop after it hits a concrete wall.

Exactly who was at fault has left viewers divided with over 2,000 comments on the video shared by Dash Cam Owners Australia's Facebook page.

One user commented: 'Fiat at fault and should have their licence taken away. They are a dangerous driver!'

The Fiat smashes into the front of another car after a her last minute attempt to merge lanes (pictured)

The Fiat smashes into the front of another car after a her last minute attempt to merge lanes

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