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Alfa Romeo overturns after allegedly hitting a tree along Havelock Road

Photos of the incident went viral online, and show a red car overturned on the road, with various pieces of the vehicle scattered nearby though it is unclear what caused the car to flip over

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A red Alfa Romeo car allegedly hit a tree and overturned earlier today (Dec 12), along Havelock Road.

According to the police, investigations on the car accident are still ongoing, but a spokesperson told the media that the incident took place along Havelock Road towards Upper Pickering Street.

Photos of the incident went viral online, and show a red car overturned on the road, with various pieces of the vehicle scattered nearby. A post on Facebook group SG Road Vigilante said that the car had flipped over after it hit a tree. A video posted on the same Facebook page had dashcam footage of a car travelling behind the Alfa Romeo, but it was still unclear what had happened to the vehicle.

Photo: FB/SG Road Vigilante

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The car looked to be an Alfa Romeo, an Italian luxury automobile.

The police, who were alerted to the incident at 12.49pm on Thursday, said that the driver refused to go to the hospital.

Investigations are ongoing.

Netizens who commented on the post said that the driver was going too fast and crashed into the tree as a result. Some also shared photos of the people in the car – a man and a woman.

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