Watch: Aussie woman's bizarre rant after motorway crash
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A woman has unleashed a bizarre expletive-laden rant after weaving in and out of traffic and crashing into another car on a busy highway.
The 25-year-old was allegedly behind the wheel of a Nissan Patrol on a busy Australian highway when she clipped a white Jeep causing it to cross into oncoming traffic.
The male driver of the Jeep had to be cut out of his car and was taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital in a critical condition.
The man sustained a skull fracture, and remained in a critical but stable condition in hospital overnight, news.com.au reported.
The woman's car came to a stop in the middle of the highway's median strip but when witnesses stopped to help she became agitated and started yelling at them.
"Get the f***away... I haven't done drugs in ages..." she said to a man who approached her.
Another witness can be heard telling the man to "just leave her".
In the footage, shared online on Sunday, more witnesses can be seen to approach the car before they are also abused by the woman.
One female witness can be heard saying: "Look at what you've done, look at the view behind you" referring to the damage she allegedly caused in the crash.
The driver continued her expletive-laden rant, shouting : "F*** off you idiot".
The woman was also taken to hospital suffering some minor spinal injuries.
Several witnesses allegedly called police a short time before the crash to report seeing the woman's car allegedly "zigzagging" on the highway.
"She pulled over into the right hand shoulder and passed us at a great speed and from there on I witnessed her driving quite erratically for the next there or four minutes," witness Paul Dossetto said.
Mr Dossetto said the woman's alleged driving was the "most frightening" he had ever seen.
The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating the incident.
The Courier-Mail understands drug and alcohol testing will be conducted as police consider laying charges against the woman.
- Additional reporting by the Herald