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BMW M2 Competition crashes into bus stop

BMW M2 Competition crashes into bus stop

chitchatboy

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Most of us must be cursing and swearing when the alarm clock rang this morning, as the weather was perfect for sleeping in thanks to the morning thunderstorm.

We have almost no doubt that the BMW driver in the following photos must be really angry with himself too!

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The following photos have been in circulation around social media platorms since the morning of 13 May 2020.

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Not much is known about the cause of the accident but the it did occur to us that this crash happened between Kallang Road and Geylang Road. The wet roads caused by the rain in the morning might have caused the BMW M2 Competition driver to lose control. With more than 400bhp going to the rear wheels, this is one very 'driftable' weapon...
 

 

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Who is in charge of the shelter arh?

No good no good. Cannot take impact. Need to change vendor. 😂

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Siao liao, really a huge embarrassment. Circuit breaker period, still create more problems for the public service. They are busy enough trying to contain covid-19 already. They don't need anymore problems

 

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Walk way belong to LTA. Knocking down pillars and shelter will cost above $300K. Additional, bus stop damage will incur separate cost. Cannot run away this time, TP sure to investigate all video cam along this stretch of road before accident. Very painful experience for a long time to the driver. 

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Luckily nobody waiting in the bus stop is injured.

 

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I think the driver was too aggressive on the gas pedal.

You cant do hard acceleration when the road is wet in such a car.

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