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Car sent flying off the road after colliding with a truck when attempting to merge lanes

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  • Car flew across Pacific Highway on the NSW coast during a controversial merge
  • The merge propels the car in front of truck, lurching it to skid across two lanes
  • But opinion was firmly split between blaming the truck or the car for the collision

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A white car was filmed flying across a highway on the New South Wales coast during a controversial merge that has left many wondering who was really at fault.

The incident is preceded by what appears to be a routine drive along a stretch of the Pacific Highway as two trucks travel along in the middle and left hand lanes.

In the footage, a white car sidles up to the truck and appears to either merge or drift into the lane from the right.

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A white car was filmed flying across a highway on the New South Wales coast during a controversial merge that has left many wondering who was really at fault

A loud clunk can be heard when the side of the car nudges the truck and the seemingly minor collision causes the car to sharply change course.

The car is propelled in front of the truck, skidding as it veers across the lane and appears to pick up speed as it crashes into the gutter.

The sound of screeching brakes can be heard as the truck slams to a halt, ending the footage so the condition of the passengers remains unclear.

Car sent flying off the road after colliding with a truck when attempting to merge lanes Car sent flying off the road after colliding with a truck when attempting to merge lanes

In the footage, a white car sidles up to the truck and appears to either merge or drift into the lane from the right

Car sent flying off the road after colliding with a truck when attempting to merge lanes

he car is propelled in front of the truck, skidding as it veers across the lane and appears to pick up speed as it crashes into the gutter

Opinion on social media was divided between blaming the truck or the car for the collision.

‘The truck is just as much to blame as the car,’ one person alleged.

‘He increased speed when he suspected the car was going to try and change lanes’.

‘Who on earth cuts across right in front of a truck like that?’ someone else asked.

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