THIS air-raising footage shows the ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ moment a speeding van takes off after crashing through a roundabout.
The silver Citroën was filmed weaving between traffic before heading straight across the junction — despite warning chevrons and road signs.
The raised edge of the roundabout sent it flying 12ft high through the air before it crashed to the ground, a YouTube video shows.
Motorcyclist Andy Daynes caught the footage on his helmet cam while travelling behind the van on the A11 at Attleborough, Norfolk.
‘I saw it all,’ said Mr Daynes, 35, from Norwich. ‘I pulled over with other drivers to see if he (the driver) was OK. He had to be cut out of the van, but he wasn’t badly hurt.
‘It is quite a bad roundabout, he just didn’t see what was coming.’ He said the driver was taken to hospital with ‘a few cuts and bruises’.
Norfolk Police confirmed the incident happened on September 1. A spokesman said: ‘Three people were injured and taken to hospital. An investigation into the circumstances and manner of driving is ongoing.’
The 1980s US comedy Dukes Of Hazzard featured two brothers in a souped-up car named General Lee.