Dash cam captures ‘aggressive’ Hume Highway crash near Pheasants Nest

A dash cam has captured a serious crash on the Hume Highway near Pheasants Nest on Sunday.

Footage of the crash, which occurred about five kilometres south of Picton Road just after 5.30pm, was posted on the Dash Cam Owners Australia Facebook page.

According to the Facebook post, a “ute driver was observed to be snapping between lanes and driving [aggressively] prior to the accident”.

In the footage, a male P-plate driver veered twice before his ute crashed into another vehicle.

Both vehicles went off to the side of the road, with one rolling onto its roof. 

Two people were taken to Campbelltown Hospital in a stable condition with minor injuries.

A NSW Ambulance media spokesman said a 30-year-old woman was treated for facial injuries and shock, while a man in his mid 30s sustained facial cuts and bruises.

The spokesman also said man in his late 50s received a large knock on the head as a result of the crash.

The P-plate ute driver underwent mandatory blood and urine tests at Campbelltown Hospital.

Police allege the P-plate driver had two beers prior to the incident.

Once the results of the blood and urine tests are returned, police will investigate and make a determination on the crash.

Camden Police Area Command Chief Inspector Michael Bright urged drivers to be safe on the roads.

“It’s about patience and driving to the road conditions,” Chief Inspector Bright said.

“Particularly with P-platers, who are inexperienced drivers.”