Driver who beat red light and almost hit pedestrians says he was 'blinded by sunlight'

24/1/2022 7:32:00 AM
Driver who beat red light and almost hit pedestrians says he was 'blinded by sunlight'

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A driver was caught on camera beating the red light and almost hitting pedestrians at a busy traffic junction. Read more at stomp.straitstimes.com

.A driver was caught on camera beating the red light and almost hitting pedestrians at a busy traffic junction.Facebook page SG Road Vigilante posted avideoof the incident that occurred at the junction of Rivervale Drive and Compassvale Street on Sunday morning (Jan 23).

In the video, a red Honda can be seen narrowly avoiding a collision with a woman who was pushing a trolley as well as a cyclist who managed to stop his bicycle in time.A witness told SG Road Vigilante,"After (the) red Honda beat the red light and I sounded three long horns, it still decided to proceed through the busy junction and endangered other pedestrians, cyclists, and other motorists."

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A driver was caught on camera beating the red light and almost hitting pedestrians at a busy traffic junction. Facebook page SG Road Vigilante posted a video of the incident that occurred at the junction of Rivervale Drive and Compassvale Street on Sunday morning (Jan 23). In the case of David, not his real name, the routine of working from 9am up to 4am in isolation at home took a mental toll on him. In the video, a red Honda can be seen narrowly avoiding a collision with a woman who was pushing a trolley as well as a cyclist who managed to stop his bicycle in time. Arriving at the school in a Volkswagen, the boy opened the door to get out of the car. A witness told SG Road Vigilante,"After (the) red Honda beat the red light and I sounded three long horns, it still decided to proceed through the busy junction and endangered other pedestrians, cyclists, and other motorists. “But when you’re sitting in your own room, working on the computer without any social interaction for that many hours, sleep for five hours and then rinse and repeat, it can get very mentally draining." Netizens slammed the Honda driver and called for enforcement action to be taken against him.5 metres room when passing bicycles - and revised guidance also says "it can be safer" for cyclists to ride two abreast.

However, the Honda driver has since come forward to give his side of the story. “I just felt very alienated. He remained on the ground for a couple of seconds before getting back on his feet and picking up his schoolbag. He also shared a video that shows him narrowly missing not one but two groups of pedestrians. The driver was quoted as saying,"I admit that was a mistake on my end as I was kinda distracted after being mildly blinded by the morning sun and failed to see the lights had already turned red.” David eventually left the legal sector to work in investments in mid-2020. "It's not an excuse and I am expecting to be fined for my moment of lapse. The driver was not seen alighting from the vehicle at any point." Unfortunately for him, netizens remained largely unconvinced and unsympathetic. Jane (not her real name) said she had no illusions about the rigours required to be a lawyer when she joined her previous law firm as an associate, where she specialised in litigation and corporate law. This is known as the Dutch Reach technique.

Many also said that there was"no excuse" for his behaviour. One user commented,"Normal drivers when (they) realise something is wrong, they will slow down and even brake to a stop. For instance, she was perpetually performing “office house-work” such as planning parties and hosting events. Meanwhile, several commenters seemed to take issue with the fact that the driver did not get out of the vehicle to check on the boy... This, she said, perturbed her more than the office house-work as it prevented her from building up a good resume for herself. not just simply continue to drive forward. AA head of roads policy Jack Cousens said: "While the government formally announced these changes last summer, they have been far too silent in promoting them.

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