WATCH: Qld youths drive stolen car into oncoming traffic

 

SHOCKING video has emerged of a group of teenagers, some as young as 13, allegedly driving a stolen car head-on into traffic in broad daylight.

A Mazda Cx9 was spotted driving on the wrong side of Sandgate Road in Virginia on Wednesday, with multiple 000 calls made to police from terrified drivers.

Police said the car was spotted at several locations on the Sunshine Coast and North Brisbane.

At 2.10pm, a man was sitting stationary in his Colorado Ute on Zillmere Road at the traffic lights with Sandgate Road when the Mazda crashed into it.

 

A group of youths drive head-on into oncoming traffic along a busy Northside road. Picture: Instagram
A group of youths drive head-on into oncoming traffic along a busy Northside road. Picture: Instagram

 

The Mazda drove off along Sandgate Road and within five minutes crashed into another car and motorcycle, causing extensive damage.

Footage from inside the Mazda driving recklessly along Sandgate Rd appeared on the Brisbane Northside Instagram account last night, with their own followers commenting this act went "way too far".

"I understand how stealing cars is fun and all for you, you endanger the public as it is and now ur (sic) taking sh*t WAY too far," one follower wrote.

The teens fled on foot and officers located the stolen Mazda on Ridge Street in Northgate.

Five teenagers, all aged between 13 and 14, have been charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

A 14-year-old Mountain Creek boy was additionally charged with one count each of unlicensed driving, dangerous operation of a vehicle and fraud (fuel drive off).

Investigators are appealing for anyone who witnessed the driving manner of the CX-9 or have dashcam vision to contact police.

Originally published as WATCH: 'Northside' youths drive stolen car into oncoming traffic