On 29 Jul 2020, an accident at the Central Expressway (CTE) happened, leading to a van veering off the road and a person allegedly flying out of the vehicle.
And to show how efficient the Singapore Police Force (SPF) is at its job, the two men who drove the speeding cars leading to the accident has been arrested a day after SPF was alerted to the incident.
2 Men Arrested for Dangerous Driving in CTE Accident That Resulted in an Overturned Van
On 31 Jul 2020, the SPF announced that the two drivers who caused the CTE accident has been arrested.
Aged 30 and 41 years old, the two men were arrested on Thursday (30 Jul 2020).
Prior to the accident, SPF’s preliminary investigations revealed that a car was driving dangerously alongside another car along the CTE.
Other than getting arrested, both drivers had their cars confiscated and their driving licenses suspended with immediate effect.
For the offence of dangerous driving, they are facing up to 12 months jail, a fine of up to $5,000, or both.
If they’re repeat offenders, they could be jailed up to two years, fined up to $10,000, or both.
For the offence of causing hurt to another person while driving dangerously, they could be jailed up to two years, fined up to $10,000, or both.
Any subsequent offences could result in a jail term of up to four years, fined up to $20,000, or both.
In the incident on 29 Jul 2020, two people, the van driver (38) and his female passenger (25) were taken to the hospital.
Police investigations are ongoing.
A dashboard camera footage showed two vehicles speeding and changing lanes abruptly in CTE, though you’ve got to give credit where credit’s due: they got signal while ‘racing’.
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Shortly after that, it’s revealed that their antics didn’t go unscathed, as it led to an accident that caused a van to veer off the road and even landed on its side.
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In the aftermath, a man was seen filming the overturned van and cursing incessantly about what’s happened, claiming that the other driver was driving recklessly.
He even said that one person was “stuck” in the van and the other “flew out” as he asked for people to be witnesses.
In another scene, another man was seen confronting the driver who appears to drive the speeding car. The speeding car driver asked, “You’re the driver?”
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The man said, “Yah, I’m the driver.”
The speeding car driver then said, “Sorry,” but not in a remorseful tone but more like a tone of someone who’s giving a professional presentation.
The man then retorted, “Sorry!? Eh f*** you lah sorry! Nevermind, later we talk.”
And the speeding car driver used his professional tone again to say, “Okay, we’ll talk later.”
Based on the footage, it appears that the speeding cars had affected two other vehicles.
An injured woman was also seen sitting on the road.
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