Terrifying moment a motorcyclist takes to the air after running a red light in New South Wales

Terrifying moment a motorcyclist takes to the air after turning on a red light – leaving the bike cut in half and the rider fighting for life

  • Dashcam footage shows the moment a motorcycle turns on a red light and hits a car
  • The video was filmed on the Pacific Highway on Friday afternoon outside Newcastle
  • The red light rider ran before violently colliding with the white four-wheel drive
  • The man can be seen flipping high in the air before hitting the ground
  • The 25-year-old was taken to hospital with serious injuries, but his condition is stable










Shocking dashcam footage emerged of the moment a motorcyclist flew through a red light and collided with a car, which led to him being taken to hospital in critical condition and cutting his bike in half.

Emergency services rushed to a busy junction on the Pacific Highway near Newcastle on Friday afternoon after reports of a dirt bike falling into an SUV.

A video of the accident shows the passenger walking into the left lane before continuing through the red light and cleaning the white car.

The 25-year-old was seen flipping through the air before landing in a grassy patch on the side of the road. He was taken to hospital in serious condition.

Emergency services said the man was lucky to be alive after photos were taken of his motorbike completely cut in half.

The accident occurred at the corner of Oakdale Road and Pacific Highway in Gateshead at about 2.40 pm.

Dashcam footage shows traffic parked at a set of traffic lights with a dirt bike appearing in the left lane.

The rider failed to stop at the traffic lights, as he was driving straight and collided violently with a Hyundai Terracan.

The biker is then sent into the air and flipped several times before landing in a grassy area.

The rider failed to stop at the traffic lights, as he was driving straight and collided violently with a Hyundai Terracan

The rider failed to stop at the traffic lights, as he was driving straight and collided violently with a Hyundai Terracan

Pictures were taken of his damaged motorbike strewn across the road after the horrific incident on Friday

Pictures were taken of his wrecked motorbike scattered across the road after Friday’s horrific accident

Emergency services said the man was lucky to be alive after photos were taken of his motorcycle completely cut in half.

Paramedics, 25, from Belmont Mount, were treated at the scene before being taken to John Hunter Hospital with serious injuries.

He is now in a serious but stable condition. He suffered severe injuries to the foot and pelvis.

Police are currently investigating the situation.

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