This shocking footage shows what could be Britain's most dangerous junction - with cameras capturing dozens of horror crashes.
In one clip a man is hit as he crosses the road and is lifted onto to the bonnet of a black estate car before crashing to the hard asphalt floor.
Shockingly the motorist appears to be on the wrong side of the road as it ploughs into the pedestrian who carefully looks before he crosses.
As he falls to the ground worried locals rush over as the driver seemingly runs to get help.
This crash was filmed on Monday - but dozens of videos dating back five years have also been recorded at the crossroad.
They show cars crashing into each other and skidding across the junction in broad daylight, vans ploughing into cars and even three car collisions.
The smashes have all been recorded by a campaign group who are lobbying for improvements to a junction in Clacton-on-Sea, in Essex.
They posted the videos of the Ellis Road and West Avenue junction online in a bid to improve safety and claim someone will be killed if nothing is done.
After years of campaigning the road markings were repainted, but have seemingly faded.
Local Dave Pearce said: "I drove through there a few days ago in perfect conditions and noticed the road marking are once again disappearing.
"This will sadly be the first of many accidents as the poorer weather and darker days of winter pass."
A spokesman for the Ellis Road Junction Clacton-on-Sea group said: "Another pedestrian knocked down trying to cross the road.
"Same place as the previous one, this is another example why there is a need for a crossing before someone is killed."
And adds: "Essex County Council please prevent these accidents at this Junction before someone gets injured or killed."