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Crazy accident causes Nissan Qashqai to flip and more

Crazy accident causes Nissan Qashqai to flip and more

chitchatboy

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A Nissan qashqai was caught on video going out of control last friday in Bishan.

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As seen in the low-resolution video, the white SUV crashed through the fence and onto the wrong direction of Bishan Road while doing a flip and more.

Thankfully, the lost of control of the car did not cost any lives. According to SG Road Vigilante, The 80-year-old driver and his 74-year-old female passenger were conscious when they were taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

 

Obviously, there is going to be some negativity once the driver's age has been revealed...

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Thankfully there are some nice people out there that are more understanding...

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The drive looks reckless and fast. Maybe he could have step onto the accelerator instead of the brakes.

 

 

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