Four people have been hospitalised after a fiery crash on a suburban street south-west of Brisbane.
Police are now investigating whether dangerous driving played a part in the overnight collision as hooning videos emerge on social media.
A video captured minutes before the crash showed burnouts halting traffic.
The occupants of the car were lucky to be alive after it ploughed into the back of a parked refrigerator truck at around 11pm last night.
Three 20-year-olds and a teenager were trapped inside, with emergency services working to get them out as it caught fire.
They were treated at the scene for serious injuries before being rushed to hospital.
Local man Gurvail Singh’s truck was hit, and he doesn’t know if it can be fixed.
“The car was burning — the whole front part is damage and the airbags open,” he said.
Neighbour Tony Williams and his wife leapt to help.
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“My wife — she actually just bought a fire extinguisher yesterday, so she ran down there and gave it to the police and they put the fire out,” he said.
Debris remains strewn across the road and skid marks show the path the car took.
The forensic crash unit is now investigating whether dangerous driving played a part in the terrifying crash.