‘Ghost Car’ Smashes Into a Truck on Highway, Baffling Many
‘Ghost Car’ Smashes Into a Truck on Highway, Baffling Many

On a roadway in Melbourne, Australia, a car appeared out of nowhere and slammed into another vehicle, with some claiming it was a “ghost car.”

The incident was captured on camera and posted online by DashCamOwnersAustralia.

 

Cranbourne, VICThanks to Warrick

Posted by Dash Cam Owners Australia on Thursday, April 7, 2016

A number of people could not figure out from where the silver car originated before it smashed into a truck. The crash took place at the Cranbourne intersection in Melbourne, Yahoo7 reported.

(DashCamOwnersAustralia/screenshot)
(DashCamOwnersAustralia/screenshot)

Traffic can be seen going through a green light before a Holden Astra hits the truck that was also turning. The truck then does a 180-degree turn and looks to be damaged.

“It’s a ghost car – out of nowhere,” user Pauline Rickard commented. “Where the hell did that Astra even come from? I watched the video nearly a dozen times and am still none the wiser,” Petey Mason said.

(DashCamOwnersAustralia/screenshot)
(DashCamOwnersAustralia/screenshot)

Joked another: “Silver car is going to need a new flux capacitor. Reappeared in the wrong part of time and space,” making a reference to “Back to the Future.”

However, it appears that the Astra ran a red light and the overcast day combined with the video’s quality obscured it from view.

(DashCamOwnersAustralia/screenshot)
(DashCamOwnersAustralia/screenshot)

” I’m glad it is not only me who can’t see where it came from lolbinknow silver cars are hard to see in bleak conditions but I must have watched it 30 times,” wrote one person.

Some noted that it’s always a good idea to keep one’s headlights turned on during a rainy or cloudy day.

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