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LTA Enforcement Officer caught in what appears to be a tailgating accident




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Facebook user Swift Club SG shared a video of a LTA enforcement officer being caught in an accident. In the video which was uploaded late Monday night (20 Jun), it appears as if the officer who was on his motorbike was following the car too closely behind when the accident happened.
The video, which is footage from a car dashcam shows slow moving traffic. The officer slid in from the left lane to get in front of the car with the dashcam. The traffic which seemed stationery till then, started moving after the officer got there.
The car in front of the officer however braked suddenly after a short distance. The LTA motorbike unable to stop in time collided with the back if tbe car. The officer fell with his motorbike, but appeared unhurt.
The big question though is, what will happen to the person who jam braked.

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