Lorry driver allegedly tries to 'bang' woman's car after exiting SLE: 'I got 2 kids inside'

7/12/2022 3:51:00 AM

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Stomper: 'Once we exited the expressway, my husband tried to overtake to see the company's name and number on the lorry. I saw the driver swerve the lorry and wanted to bang our car.'

They felt threatened. Read more at stomp.straitstimes.com

WhatsApp.WhatsApp.Talking of crime - hey there goes my earphone Said Dr Ang: “As animals that live in the trees, langurs will typically come down to the ground for fallen fruit or to travel across gaps in the tree canopy.Copy to clipboard https://str.

They felt threatened.A lorry driver allegedly tried to"bang" a car that a woman's family was in by swerving towards it after both vehicles exited the Seletar Expressway at Woodlands Avenue 12.A lorry driver allegedly tried to"bang" a car that a woman's family was in by swerving towards it after both vehicles exited the Seletar Expressway at Woodlands Avenue 12.Sharing a video of the incident, Stomper Roselyn said it happened on Nov 28 at 5.With the help of Land Transport Authority (LTA) staff and traffic police, the carcass weighing about 3kg was collected for analysis, she said.45pm.45pm.She recounted:"My husband was driving and this lorry wanted to overtake and cut queue, but the driver never even signalled.Dr Ang said the post-mortem results suggest the langurs were attempting to cross the expressway from forested areas in Lentor to Springleaf, adding that the arboreal primates could have been searching for females to mate with or crossing the road because of disturbances to their habitat.

When he did, it was too late.When he did, it was too late.“Due to the rarity of the species, two fatalities in two days are detrimental to the population and are a concern.My husband could not stop as it would affect the car behind."But the lorry did cut queue and once we exited the expressway, my husband tried to overtake to see the company's name and number on the lorry."But the lorry did cut queue and once we exited the expressway, my husband tried to overtake to see the company's name and number on the lorry."I saw the driver swerve the lorry and wanted to bang our car.She called for more mitigation measures such as road signs reminding drivers to drive carefully near forests, noting that it was not always feasible to place rope bridges and ecolinks near nature areas.After that, he showed his middle finger.After that, he showed his middle finger.With the help of Land Transport Authority (LTA) staff and traffic police, the carcass weighing about 3kg was collected for analysis, she said.

So rude.I got two kids inside!" The Stomper said they felt threatened by the lorry driver.I got two kids inside!" The Stomper said they felt threatened by the lorry driver.Said Dr Ang: “I’m concerned about the remaining langur in the group, it might try to cross the SLE.After the incident, she called the company whose name and number were on the lorry and spoke to a woman.The Stomper said emotions were high due to what happened.The Stomper said emotions were high due to what happened."The person from the company sided with the driver! We asked her to get back to me once she had spoken to the driver, but until now, nobody has apologised.The Straits Times has contacted NParks for comment.The juvenile male Raffles’ banded langur found on Monday.

"My kids were terrified because of the driver and he almost banged the car we were in."My kids were terrified because of the driver and he almost banged the car we were in.But the company doesn't care and won't let the reckless driver go."This is too much frustration."This is too much frustration." In response to a Stomp query, the company, Sin Seng Hup Recycle Auto Parts, said that it did apologise to the Stomper on the phone and offered to call her back after speaking to the driver, but the Stomper's husband angrily took over the phone and told the company not to bother.The company added that it has counselled the driver, who claimed that he did not show his middle finger, but the Stomper's husband did.The company added that it has counselled the driver, who claimed that he did not show his middle finger, but the Stomper's husband did.Said Dr Ang: “I’m concerned about the remaining langur in the group, it might try to cross the SLE.

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