'I thought I'd die': Woman crashes during Snapchat road rage incident

The terrifying moment a driver is taunted by a fellow motorist before losing control of the vehicle and crashing into a concrete barrier has been posted on Snapchat and police want to speak to the people who filmed it.

Kaysha Plant was driving to work on the Peninsula Link in Moorooduc on Monday morning when she told 7News that two men pulled up next to her in a ute, driving erratically and shouting abuse as they filmed themselves on Snapchat.

Seconds later Ms Plant can be seen in the video swerving away from the men, as she loses control of her car and hits a concrete barrier, becoming airborne.

Kaysha Plant was filmed on Snapchat by the men she claimed were harassing her, as she lost control of the vehicle and collided into a concrete barrier. Source: 7News

The incident was captured on social media and the two men filming can be heard laughing hysterically as the 23-year-old woman’s car crashes.

Ms Plant was taken to hospital but was not injured.

She told 7News that she had feared for her life during the incident.

“To be honest, I didn’t know whether I was going to live or die, I had to accept my fate that something might happen,” she said.

Victorian Police are keen to speak with the P-plate driver of the ute, who they say failed to pull over after the incident.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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