A Broome driver has been lucky to escape with their life after a horrific crash saw their ute roll several times after colliding with a large truck at a known traffic ‘blackspot’. It’s understood at around 3pm on November 30 a grey Ford Ranger, pictured, pulled out from Guy Street to the Port Drive intersection, where it was T-boned by a large truck with a full cargo load in its bed. Archy Grey, an eyewitness to the crash, said he heard a loud bang before turning to see the ute roll several times, landing upright afterwards. Mr Grey said the female drive of the Ford Ranger, who miraculously appeared uninjured, walked away from the incident. WA Police later confirmed the female driver received only minor injuries such as bruising and the truck driver was unhurt despite the grim scene. A St John ambulance attended the accident but did not transport anyone from the site. The earthmoving truck suffered minor damage. Firefighters also attended the scene, removing crash debris from the road before reopening the intersection to traffic at around 4pm. The intersection has been identified as a ‘blackspot’ by the Shire of Broome, with a three-entry roundabout and upgraded lighting set to be installed this financial year as part of a $2 million infrastructure spend, with the State government contributing $520,200 through the Regional WA blackspot project.