Singapore — A BMW was caught on camera narrowly missed hitting another vehicle at Pasir Ris Drive 8 on Oct 7. The BMW was going against the flow of traffic as shown in this video uploaded by SG Road Vigilante on its YouTube channel.
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- Advertisement -Singapore — A BMW was caught on camera narrowly missed hitting another vehicle at Pasir Ris Drive 8 on Oct 7.The BMW was going against the flow of traffic as shown in this video uploaded by SG Road Vigilante on its YouTube channel.Fortunately, the driver of the vehicle that the BMW almost crashed into was able to stop in time, giving the other driver to quickly course correct and avoid an accident.
- Advertisement 1-The BMW then just drives past.The caption of the video read that the BMW was “Driving recklessly against the flow of traffic” and added that the driver “looked drunk/sleepy as he was swerving left and right.”The police have confirmed that a report was filed over the incident and that they are investigating the matter, according to a report from
AsiaOne.Should a person be convicted for the offence of driving against the flow of traffic, he or she could be disallowed from driving for at least ten years. If an accident occurs and results in death, he or she could be jailed between two and eight years. headtopics.com
Several vehicles were not so lucky on Monday (Oct 11)when a road traffic accident was reported involving multiple vehicles with a man trapped in his seat after a traffic light pole toppled over his car.The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) received a call for assistance to a road traffic accident on Monday at around 12:20 pm.
The accident involved five vehicles, including a trailer truck and a lorry at the junction of Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim and Benoi Road.- Advertisement 2-Facebook post, SCDF attached photos of the accident, with SCDF personnel on the scene.“A man was found trapped in the driver’s seat of a car which had toppled a traffic light pole,” it noted. The firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to extricate the trapped man.Read more: The Independent »