These are the shocking scenes as a car speeds through a junction seconds before being clipped by an innocent car and spinning out control, rolling on its roof, before eventually coming to a halt against a parked Mercedes.
The car, which was believed to be trying to escape from police, rolled several times before coming to a halt.
Police arrived at the crash site moments after the car came to a rest.
This is the moment a car ends up rolling over after clipping another vehicle while travelling at high speed in Oldham, Greater Manchester on Sunday evening
The car shot across a junction in front of another car which had the right of way causing it to brake heavily. The silver car was clipped on the rear quarter panel, knocking it out of control
Police arrived at the crash scene moments after the incident, although according to witnesses, three men had already fled from the silver car
A mercedes, pictured, was also damaged after the out of control car clipped a boundary wall, left, and slid into the car, centre
The incident happened shortly after 8.30pm on Sunday in a residential area of Oldham, Greater Manchester.
CCTV of part of the incident shows the suspect's silver car narrowly avoiding a head-on collision while racing onto Honeywell Lane from Meldrum Street.
As the suspect car shot through the junction, the darker vehicle tries to brake to avoid the car, but clips the rear passenger-side tyre, sending the silver car out of control as it heads onto Keswick Avenue.
The silver car spins before flipping onto its side moments before colliding with a garden wall.
The silver car then spins again, smashing into a Mercedes parked outside one of the houses on the street, before coming to a stop on its roof.
A police car is pictured emerging from Meldrum Street seconds after the silver car, following it onto Keswick Avenue before coming to a stop just in front of the crash site.
Neighbours said this patrol car was quickly joined by a number of others, with one woman estimating around ten police cars arrived at the height of the incident.
Fortunately there were no pedestrians or children on the street when the car lost control
Police removed two of the three cars which were damaged in the incident on Sunday night
'The bangs were massive, you could hear them so loudly from here.
'There are always crashes around here, two cars crashed up along Honeywell just last week.
'I don't understand how they all got out and weren't injured. The guy who was travelling up the road who clipped them wasn't going that fast and his airbags went off.
'They're so lucky there weren't any people along there, there could still have been kids walking around at that time, someone could have been seriously hurt.'
Another neighbour claims to have seen three people getting out of the car that flipped. He also saw the driver of the car that clipped the silver car get out of the vehicle.
Witnesses spotted police examining both cars, and believe they saw officers removing something from the boot of the dark-coloured car.
Both cars have been removed from the scene by police, while the stationary Mercedes that was damaged remains on the street. It is not yet known whether any injuries were sustained in the incident, or whether any arrests have been made.
MailOnline has approached Greater Manchester Police for a comment.