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Dashcam footage captures moment truck and a car crash as they both turn out of a junction

  • Dashcam footage has captured the moment a truck and a car collide
  • The video was uploaded to Dash Cam Owners Australia on Thursday
  • The footage has divided internet users on who was at fault

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Dashcam footage has captured the moment a truck and a car collide, leaving the internet divided on who is at fault.

The video, uploaded to Dash Cam Owners Australia on Thursday, shows a white car and a ute stopped at a t-junction.

The white car is on the inside lane, the ute on the outside.

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The video, uploaded to Dash Cam Owners Australia on Thursday, shows a white car and a ute stopped at a t-junction

The video, uploaded to Dash Cam Owners Australia on Thursday, shows a white car and a ute stopped at a t-junction

As the ute attempts to turn left, it collides with the car, badly damaging its left side.

The ute turns the corner, but then pulls over to the side of the road.

Along with the video on Facebook, Dash Cam Owners Australia wrote: ‘Bit hard to be sure exactly who is at fault here, so we will leave it to everyone in the comments to speculate.’

And speculate they did.

‘Ute is at fault,’ read one comment.

‘Turning left keep to the left.

They likely stayed to the right initially planning to go straight or right and last second changed their mind forgetting there could be a car next to them at this point.’

However anther person said: ‘Definitely the Mazda, the ute was there first turning and the Mazda cut in on the inside.’

As the ute attempts to turn left, it collides with the car, badly damaging its left side

As the ute attempts to turn left, it collides with the car, badly damaging its left side

Dashcam footage has captured the moment a truck and a car collide, leaving the internet divided on who is at fault

Dashcam footage has captured the moment a truck and a car collide, leaving the internet divided on who is at fault

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