An ambulance was captured dangerously cutting across lanes of traffic in Oxfordshire much to one driver’s horror.

The incident took place by the Botley junction slip road on the A34 southbound at around 11.49am on Sunday, April 21.

A motorist captured shocking footage of the dangerous manoeuvre from in front of his car and from behind his car.

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Wishing to remain anonymous, the driver spoke to the Oxford Mail about the ordeal he, his wife and his five-month-old baby.

“It was me driving with my deaf wife in the back with our five-month-old and it shook us,” he said.

“We felt really vulnerable at the point and kept thinking and talking about the consequences had it collided with us or any other vehicle.”

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The Oxford Mail contacted the South Central Ambulance Service about the incident and, after viewing the footage, the service confirmed that an investigation would be carried out.

A spokesperson from South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) said: “SCAS ambulance staff are qualified in response driving to a nationally accredited standard, and the Trust prides itself on having one of the best driving standards records in the country.

“The incident in question is concerning and it is currently subject to an internal investigation by our Driving Standards Department.

“We take all driving incidents and feedback seriously and act swiftly and appropriately to maintain high driving standards within the Trust.

“We encourage people to report any driving incidents that they are concerned about directly to us.”