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Honda Stream gets Covid-19 slammed out of it by BMW 6 Series at Changi Village

Honda Stream gets Covid-19 slammed out of it by BMW 6 Series at Changi Village

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This accident happened at Changi Village hawker centre carpark.

You can watch the full video of the accident below courtesy of Roads.sg (if you haven't already seen it)

 

What’s happening

Honda Stream exits the carpark and attempts to make a right turn on a two-way road.

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The driver seems oblivious to the fact that there's a stop sign and inches the car onto the main road.

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The Honda Steam driver then jams the brakes and in less than a second, what looks like a BMW 6 Series crashes into it. Hard.

Different points of view

If you replay the video, you'll notice that even after the crash, there were no cars that went past on the other side of the road. Meaning, the Honda Stream had more than enough time and space to avoid the accident. Jam break for what?

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The driver also ignored the stop sign and failed to do proper checks before moving off.

On the other hand, based on the sheer force of impact, the BMW was going pretty fast too.

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What the people say

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This sounds legit.

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I think it's the Honda Stream driver's fault. The BMW driver sway balls.

Also, there's a lesson here people - Stay the #$%& at home.



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Now no workshop to repair oso...stay at home liao lah

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95% Honda 5% BMW.

BMW got at least 1.2 sec to react. so big a black car at the middle of the road in front, cannot break in time.

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LoL.....can see that imminent crash is unavoidable still put the hand up and out of the window. Trying to act cool or what? Use two hands to hold the steering wheel lah.

Lots of inexperience drivers out there trying to act cool.

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Soya

Didn't see any airbags go off on the Stream

 

 

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