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Aussies stunned after van lands on top of Range Rover: 'HOW?'

Aussies have been left gobsmacked after a van managed to land on top of a car with three children inside.

Just after 3pm on Boxing Day, police were called to South Dowling Street in Moore Park after reports of a crash.

The driver of the Range Rover, a 41-year-old woman, as well as three children were taken to hospital, as was the driver and sole occupant of the van — a 41-year-old man. All had non-life threatening injuries.

A photo of a white van perched on top of a black Range Rover at South Dowling Street, Moore Park, in Sydney. Another picture of the front of the van heavily damaged by a safety barricade.
A woman and three children were were taken to hospital after a white van crashed into their Range Rover. Source: TikTok

According to the Daily Telegraph, the mother sustained chest and neck pain.

Social media users react to accident

One witness recorded a video of the chaotic aftermath showing the white van perched on top of the black Range Rover, which had its doors open and blinkers on. A horn can also be heard blaring in the background.

The front of the white van also appeared heavily damaged after the driver reportedly collided with the metal safety barrier on the highway.

"How is this possible," the passerby captioned the video, which has since been viewed more than 200,000 times. Many TikTokers agreed and speculated how something like this would happen.

"Goodness!!!" one person said. "Can someone please explain the physics to me?" another added.

"Mate you can't park there," a third person joked.

Investigation into Sydney crash launched

While it is unclear how the accident occurred, "an investigation has commenced into the circumstances surrounding the crash," a NSW Police spokeswoman said in a statement.

As a result of the traffic caused by the crash, passengers were seen abandoning their cars with luggage in tow, the Daily Telegraph reports.

Motorists were asked to allow extra travel time and check Live Traffic NSW before driving.

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