Somehow they all survived.
A CCTV camera has captured a shocking collision in which the passenger of one vehicle crashed through the windscreen.
In the aftermath, the man, who was wearing a hi-vis vest and was a passenger in a van, calmly steps out of the windshield while the other vehicle is at a standstill and sporting a scrunched-up front. Debris litters the road.
The dramatic crash in Weymouth was captured in what appears to be home security footage that has then been uploaded to YouTube on Sunday.
A white car is seen travelling down the wrong side of the road before it smashes into a van coming from the left at an intersection.
Seconds later, a person wearing an orange hi-vis jacket - a passenger in the van - is seen stepping out of the windshield and on to the footpath.
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Authorities confirmed the crash happened just before 5.30pm that day at the intersection of Greers Rd and Weymouth Rd in Weymouth, South Auckland.
A St John spokeswoman said they received a report of a car crash at 5.20pm. Two ambulances and a rapid response unit were called to the scene as a result.
"Three patients were treated at the scene. Two of those patients were transported to Middlemore Hospital with moderate injuries."
'Lucky to avoid critical injuries'
The Counties Manukau central road policing team is now investigating the crash.
Senior Sergeant Jono Chappell said it was "extremely fortunate" no one was seriously injured.
"The motorists involved are incredibly lucky to avoid critical injuries."
Chappell said although the car was driving on the wrong side of the road, he acknowledged that the passenger in the van was also in the wrong in that he was not wearing a seatbelt.
"One of the motorists has gone through the windscreen of their vehicle and has escaped serious injuries.
"Although the investigation is ongoing, it appears this person was unrestrained and this reiterates the importance of always wearing a seatbelt - to reduce the risk of death or serious injury in a crash."
No charges have been laid at this stage, police said, as inquiries are still ongoing.