A dash cam has caught the moment an Amazon delivery driver paid the price for failing to hear a fire engine's siren.
The video was uploaded to TikTok by user @dex.ter666 and has already been watched nearly 60,000 times.
The video starts with the camera car pulling up to some red lights at a crossroads.
A few seconds later a fire engine flies past on its right-hand side with its siren on, lights flashing and horns blaring.
The traffic at the crossroads all comes to a stop to let the fire engine pass, aside from a van barrelling towards the junction.
The fire engine fails to stop in time and slams into the van pushing it across the crossroads.
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A lamp post on the far side of the junction can be seen moving about violently as the van smashes into it.
The people in the camera car can be heard gasping at the incident.
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The fire engine and van then come to a stop and that's where the video ends.
People weren't all in favour of the fire engine driver when it came to the comments section.
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@beastyrs said: "Fire engine had lights on but was going through red lights at an excessive speed therefore couldn't let anyone react in time."
And @hollylouisebowen said: "As a response driver myself, fire engine was going way too fast through the red light, no time for any of the other drivers to react tut tut."
While @n11ght says: "Yes the fire truck was speeding but you can see that other cars were paying attention and stopped unlike the districted van."
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