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Speeding cyclist crashes into van, ends up with bloodied face

Rider is filmed by its rear camera beating red light and cutting across path of taxi

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Singapore — A speeding cyclist suffered a bloodied face in an accident on Monday night (Aug 17).

According to a video posted on the popular Facebook page SG Road Vigilante, the cyclist was speeding along Old Airport Road when he rode straight into the back of a van.

The van, a Toyota Hiace, had stopped at a red light. Its rear camera was in operation.

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According to SG Road Vigilante, the camera’s video footage showed a cyclist beating a red light and cutting across the path of a taxi before heading straight at the van.

The footage also had a photo of a man with a bloodied face, presumably the cyclist, sitting on the side of the road. Another photo of the accident scene indicated that the bicycle did not have brakes on its rear wheel.

Posted by Cap Vig on Monday, 17 August 2020

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