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Watch this Mercedes C200 driver ruthlessly run over a Deliveroo rider at a red light

Watch this Mercedes C200 driver ruthlessly run over a Deliveroo rider at a red light

unicornfloof

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Disclaimer: The use of the word 'ruthlessly' in the title refers to the action of the driver running over the stationary rider and not the driver's intention. We do not assume or imply that the driver intended to cause hurt.

Last night (Oct 3), a Mercedes C200 driver caused a major accident along Elias Road, resulting in traffic delays.

After watching this clip, I was in shock.

To think that someone could simply run over another person without even slowing down sends chills down my spine.

Furthermore, it was clear that the lights in the junction had just turned red and that other vehicles were slowing down as they entered.

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Let's break down what happened in this shocking video.

The video starts by showing the camcar and other vehicles slowing down and stopping at a traffic junction.

The lights had just turned red, except for those who were intending to turn right.

On the left, a Deliveroo rider waits patiently for the light as he watches a couple cross the junction.

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Just as the couple nearly reaches the other end of the road, a speeding Mercedes C200 ploughs down the rider, which sends him flying off his motorcycle. The couple turns around and looks back in horror as they realised what had just happened. 

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A few minutes later, an ambulance arrives on the scene to rush the food delivery rider and the Mercedes driver to the hospital. 

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There were photographs that showed the amount of damage the car had received from the impact.

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Netizens' reactions

While most sent their well wishes to the food delivery rider, many netizens were upset with the careless actions of the Mercedes driver.

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We send our well wishes to the Deliveroo rider and hope that he will have a speedy recovery! Hopefully, justice will be served and that the Mercedes driver gets the appropriate punishment for doing something so reckless. 

 

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Ruthlessly?? 

Seriously, unless you know what many don't, your choice of word is ruthless too. 

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Ruthless??? Or Reckless?

I think writer should look up dictionary for his choice of words.

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Recklessly ruthless, or ruthlessly Reckless? But this driver is definitely a hazard. The poor rider was stationary at the lights. What more could that helpless chap do to avoid such harm from that "ruthless" driver?

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Didn't see any intention of stopping at all. Hope biker not too seriously injured. 

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This ruthless driver deserves to go jail for at least 20 years for ATTEMPTED MURDER!

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More like chair meh to me. Isnt it a red light since the delivery rider had stopped?

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3 hours ago, Raullwin said:

Ruthless??? Or Reckless?

I think writer should look up dictionary for his choice of words.

I think he ran out of vocab lah. That is why he put the disclaimer there. He knew it was not the appropriate word, but, mati mati must use it!

 

I past by this junction everyday!

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21 hours ago, Hamburger said:

Ruthlessly?? 

Seriously, unless you know what many don't, your choice of word is ruthless too. 

It’s only ruthless when the “good family “ card is use 

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22 hours ago, Fitvip said:

I think he ran out of vocab lah. That is why he put the disclaimer there. He knew it was not the appropriate word, but, mati mati must use it!

 

I past by this junction everyday!

it is a she not a LADYBOY 😂🤣😅

Or maybe I am wrong it is indeed a he?

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1 minute ago, D3badge said:

it is a she not a LADYBOY 😂🤣😅

Or maybe I am wrong it is indeed a he?

Oh, really? 

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16 hours ago, D3badge said:

it is a she not a LADYBOY 😂🤣😅

Or maybe I am wrong it is indeed a he?

HAHAHAHAH do i sound like a guy? 😓

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@unicornfloof

"Ruthless" implies intent. 

You shouldn't use words of which you don't fully grasp the meaning.

Disclaimers won't do much to protect you legally. Especially when your poor choice of words has been explicitly pointed out to you.

Believe it or not, I'm actually trying to help you. If you can no longer edit your post, get a mod or admin to help you.

 

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