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No license, no insurance and drunk – 20-year-old who caused horrific accident to be charged




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In the horrific accident where two people in a lorry were injured when a car crashed into a lorry along Seletar Expressway on Tuesday (Jan 26), a 20-year-old drunk driver is to be charged in Court for at least 5 offences.
The impact sent the car careening across two lanes and the lorry flipped on its side.

Posted by Benny Phang on Wednesday, 27 January 2016

The unlicensed driver will be charged in court on Feb 11 with the offences of Drink Driving under Section 67(1)(b), Driving without a Valid Licence under Section 35(1), Hit-and-Run offences under Section 84(1) and 84(3), and Dangerous Driving under Section 64(1) of the Road Traffic Act, Chapter 276. He will also be liable for the offence of Driving without a Valid Motor Insurance of the Motor Vehicles (Third-Party Risks and Compensation) Act, Chapter 189, said the police.
In a press release on the accident today, police said they were notified of the accident at about 9.10 am and that the driver of the car fled the scene.

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