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Reckless driver nearly kills motorcyclist with brash lane manoeuvre




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A Honda car driver nearly killed a motorcyclist with a deadly lane manoeuvre when he bumped into the motorcyclist, leading the motorcylist to be knocked off his bike onto the next lane.

Footage from the dashboard camera of a vehicle behind the motorcyclist captured the incident clearly. The video, which was uploaded online last Friday, shows the motorcyclist moving away slightly before he is hit and it appears as though he is able to minimise the impact of the collision through his quick reflexes.

The motorcyclist could have very well lost his life if the lorry moving in the lane the motorcylist fell onto did not slow down and mowed him down.

Check out the chilling close call here:

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Honda SLE3058X driver nearly took away a life in this deadly maneuver of lane switching.Rider had ninja reflexes and the good fortune of truck just slower on left by 5 seconds. Wishing rider well and full recovery. Video is for insurance claim purposes.Credit: Joshie Woshie

Posted by ROADS.sg on Friday, 15 December 2017


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