Dashcam footage shows Holden driver dragging a bumper along Bruce Hwy after hit-running

A man was driving on a Queensland freeway with his rear bumper dragging on the road after clipping another car and failing to stop.

Dashcam footage of the incident, made available to 7NEWS, shows the incident on Bruce Hwy in North Lakes, north of Brisbane, on August 27.

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Footage shows the red Holden clipping the other car as it merges.

The impact caused the Holden’s rear bumper to detach and the car then weaved between lanes, including the hard shoulder.

The red Holden collided with the victim while changing lanes on Bruce Hwy. Recognition: Chris/delivered

The car left the freeway and was pursued by the other vehicle, with footage showing the Holden driver getting out of his car at a red light and yelling at a RACQ tow truck driver.

Then he makes a seemingly illegal U-turn into oncoming traffic.

The car drove on the freeway while dragging its rear bumper. Recognition: Chris/delivered
The Holden driver got out of his car at a traffic light and yelled at other motorists, the dashcam shows. Recognition: Chris/delivered

The driver of the other vehicle told 7NEWS he provided the dashcam footage to police.

7NEWS has reached out to police for comment.

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James Brien

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