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Shin Min Daily News reported that a red car broke through a road-divider and crashed into the side of a double-decker bus on the opposite side of the road. The incident happened this morning (23 Sep) at about 7.30am, at the junction of Eunos Link and Ubi Avenue 2.

A 65-year-old man who witnessed the accident said that he was walking on the road when he suddenly heard a loud noise. When he turned around, he saw a red car broke breaking through a divider and running about 10 meters across the road before hitting a double-decker bus. “The car was driving fast, and before I could see it, I heard a bang, and the ar collided with the bus, and the scene was scary,” he said.

The witness further said that the man driving the car got off the car and sat by the side of the road, but when people approached him to render help, he turned aggressive towards them.

The man was also turned uncooperative towards the police who arrived at the scene, and the Police had to handcuff him “for using criminal force against a public servant”. Police identified the man as a 38-year-old and said that they are investigating the cause of the accident, as well as the driver’s actions against the public servant. No one was injured in the accident.

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