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A shocking accident was caught on CCTV footage showing a young man spinning out of control and smashing his car into a tree – before the passenger miraculously emerges from the wreckage.

The incident was caught on camera in Taylors Hill in Melbourne‘s north-west on Monday morning, showing the young driver lose control while driving in the wet.

The car violently skids into a tree before a male passenger can be seen stumbling out of the totalled car. The driver remains in a serious condition in hospital.

‘He was non-responsive so I actually thought he was gone,’ a witness named Daniel Jones told Seven. 

A shocking accident was caught on CCTV footage showing a young man spinning out of control and smashing his car into a tree

A shocking accident was caught on CCTV footage showing a young man spinning out of control and smashing his car into a tree

A shocking accident was caught on CCTV footage showing a young man spinning out of control and smashing his car into a tree

The car’s engine is still audible in the footage even after it has smashed into the tree, with shocked onlookers rushing to the scene.

Emergency services were called to the property on Calder Park Drive, with people attempting to help free him from the car.

His passenger was immediately tended to by a woman who witnessed the horror crash.

An off-duty nurse was also present at the time of the incident, confirming the driver was alive and responsive. 

‘I straightened his spine and I said, ‘please don’t move. Please tell me your name so we can help you’,’ Glecy Muir said.

A male passenger can then be seen stumbling out of the wreckage as the car engine can be heard still running

A male passenger can then be seen stumbling out of the wreckage as the car engine can be heard still running

A male passenger can then be seen stumbling out of the wreckage as the car engine can be heard still running

Shocked onlookers rushed to help the driver who was wedged in the car

Shocked onlookers rushed to help the driver who was wedged in the car

Shocked onlookers rushed to help the driver who was wedged in the car

Police attended the site, where they allegedly found a knife and banned gel blaster firearm.

They are investigating whether he was under the influence of nitrous oxide at the time after finding a device commonly used to inhale the laughing gas. 

Weapons, including a knife and a gun, were allegedly discovered in the wrec

‘The crash is serious enough,’ Superintendent John Fitzpatrick said.

‘All those things will be taken into consideration whilst they are investigating.’ 

The driver remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital, while the passenger was also treated with serious injuries. 

Source: DailyMail

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