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Drunk BMW driver crashes into sidewalk at Little India

Drunk BMW driver crashes into sidewalk at Little India

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Drink-driving is never good and this is just another one of many unnecessary accidents that are caused by driving after being intoxicated with alcohol.

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As seen on ROADS.sg, this BMW 2 Series Grand Tourer lost control of his car and crashed into the sidewalk along Serangoon Road and Rowell Road junction on 29 Dec 2020 at 17.06 pm.

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Unfortunately a couple of pedestrians were hurt but we don't know the exact details. Thankfully, the accident did not take anyone's life.

Naturally, netizens showed the BMW driver no mercy...

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Watch the full video here! We especially like the fast manoeuvre the man in the dark blue polo had to pull to get away from the crash!

 

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The driver dont seem drunk to me. But he didnt took notice of the man he hit who was lying on the pavement. 

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11 hours ago, Watwheels said:

The driver dont seem drunk to me. But he didnt took notice of the man he hit who was lying on the pavement. 

Did he stay on the scene to render assistance, or at least assess damage? 

If not, then there's usually only one reason for running away. 

I think these "run away" cases should be treated as equivalent to the harshest levels of drink driving with similar penalties. You stay or you run, no difference, you're going inside.

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41 minutes ago, Turboflat4 said:

Did he stay on the scene to render assistance, or at least assess damage? 

If not, then there's usually only one reason for running away. 

I think these "run away" cases should be treated as equivalent to the harshest levels of drink driving with similar penalties. You stay or you run, no difference, you're going inside.

It's really hard to say what happened there. The place is also one kind. Ppl crossing the road like it's literally in India. Dunno whether the car is trying to swerve to avoid hitting jay walkers or it could be smth else.

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9 minutes ago, Watwheels said:

It's really hard to say what happened there. The place is also one kind. Ppl crossing the road like it's literally in India. Dunno whether the car is trying to swerve to avoid hitting jay walkers or it could be smth else.

Many people (including me) drive regularly there without incident. If this fella crashed, no excuses like "avoiding pedestrian" please. I drive especially slowly there for a reason. 

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