Shocking footage has emerged of a horrifying crash in Sydney’s south west where a motorbike driver was sent flying on to the road before being run over by a car.
The collision happened on Light Horse Bridge in Liverpool on May 31, with the driver miraculously only suffering minor fractures after the horrendous ordeal.
The motorbike rider was travelling along the bridge about 2.30pm when he failed to brake when traffic stopped.
He then slammed into the side of the car in front of him and was catapulted into the air.
He helplessly spun several times before landing sprawled out on the road.
The man slowly appeared to get to his feet, but then a truck smashed onto the car that he had hit, which punter the P-plater int the man.
Traffic stopped around the scene of the incident as concerned onlookers got out of their vehicles to check on the man’s condition.
But fortunately for him, an ambulance was reportedly nearby and quickly arrived to help.
The man was taken to the hospital and discharged after two nights.
“The patient was treated for minor fractures, and was discharged after two nights in hospital,” a NSW Ambulance spokesperson.
Footage of the crash was uploaded to the Dash Cam Owners of Australia YouTube channel on Thursday and attracted over 30,000 views in under a day.