MAN KNOCKED DOWN WHILE TRYING TO CROSS PIE ON FOOT

Dear A.S.S. Editor

A driver has taken to Facebook to appeal for witnesses in an accident where he was involved. The driver, named as Glendolph Chua in reports, reported that a man was trying to cross the PIE on foot, and was hit by Chua’s Suziki Swift.

The accident occurred on Saturday morning along the PIE towards Tuas, before the Thomson exit. Chua said that he was driving to school for a test when he spotted a man walking towards his lane. He was driving at about 80kmh in the first lane, he said. “I honked him but he still continued walking and I jammed my brakes and swerved to the right, causing him to impact on the left side of my car.”

Photos show a dent on the front left side of his car. He alleged that the man had crossed two other lanes before he ended up at the lane Chua was driving in. The police said they were alerted to the accident involving a car and a pedestrian at 9.29 am on Saturday, and confirmed that a 54 year old pedestrian was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital conscious. Police are still investigating.

Oliver Yang

A.S.S. Contributor

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