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Drunk truck driver nearly sends tree flying into HDB flat!

Drunk truck driver nearly sends tree flying into HDB flat!

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Now we bet the the driver of this truck will be regretting really hard about driving after having some drinks.

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Spotted on Beh Chia Lor's Facebook page and some of our Whatsapp group chats, is this video of a trailer truck crashing into an HDB block at Block 152 Yung Ho Road. It happened on 16 Nov 2020. 

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Thankfully, the tree that the truck knocked down managed to stop it from crashing into one of the first level HDB unit. Rest In Peace, tree...

The truck driver has since been arrested for drunk driving. 

Netizens' comments were naturally not kind to the truck driver...

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