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VIDEO: Bus abruptly runs over four motorcycles, beating red light

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An SBS Transit bus abruptly ploughed into four motorcycles along Pasir Panjang Road towards West Coast Road while the traffic light was red, last Thursday.

A video of the terrifying incident was released on Facebook today. In it, the service 10 bus can be seen waiting along with other vehicles at a junction before suddenly running over four motorbikes in front of it and rushing ahead. The traffic light was red throughout the incident.

Although some motorcyclists managed to jump out of the way, two motorcyclists and a pillion rider were injured and conveyed to National University Hospital. A car driver can be seen parking at the traffic light and rushing to assist the injured in the video.

Footage of SBS Transit Bus running over 4 motorcycles along Pasir Panjang Road on 20 July 2017 at around 11.00am.Admin: Stomp, this is the original post that others, like TheLocalSociety (TLS), plagiarised by putting in their own watermark.For ROADS.sg, please go ahead to use the video.

Posted by Beh Chia Lor – Singapore Road on Monday, 24 July 2017

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The police has commented that the matter is under investigation, while the bus driver involved has been “suspended pending findings.” SBS is also assisting in the police investigation.

SBS Transit’s senior vice-president for corporate communications, Tammy Tan stated that the organisation is “continuing to render assistance” to those injured:

“We were at the hospital that day following the incident and all three of them received outpatient treatment…We apologise to affected commuters and road users for the distress caused.”
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