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BlueSG car crashes into Toa Payoh road divider after turning out of carpark

BlueSG auto crashes into divider in Toa Payoh on 26 March

On Tuesday (26 March), a video of a BlueSG car or truck ramming into a street divider in Toa Payoh was posted on the SG Street Vigilante – SGRV Facebook webpage.

The clip displays the car or truck turning still left out of a carpark.

However, it somehow finished up hitting a highway divider, knocking the inexperienced barriers down.

Several netizens have identified as out the driver for their reckless conduct.

BlueSG driver crashes into road divider even though turning

According to the caption of the put up, the incident happened together Toa Payoh Lorong 1 at 12.30pm on Tuesday.

In the online video, the BlueSG automobile is seen exiting a carpark and turning remaining on to the suitable lane of the most important street.

Resource: SG Highway Vigilante SGRV on Fb

Even so, the driver appeared to have dropped handle of the automobile and headed straight in direction of a highway divider, crashing into it.

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Source: SG Road Vigilante SGRV on Fb

The auto came to a halt soon after knocking down the inexperienced dividers.

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Supply: SG Road Vigilante SGRV on Facebook

It is unclear whether the driver sustained any injuries in the incident.

Driver termed out for carelessness

Right after observing the online video, many consumers remaining comments contacting out the driver for their reckless conduct.

Source: Facebook

On the other hand, some defended the driver, stating that they have “little faith” in BlueSG cars.

Supply: Fb

Total, most pointed out how privileged it was that no pedestrians ended up hurt.

Supply: Fb

In reaction to queries from MS News, a BlueSG consultant mentioned that they are “currently in the procedure of investigating the situation and are not able to offer any opinions at this juncture”.

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