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Footage of a man pinned underneath a bus in Singapore has been trending online after it began circulating on social media yesterday. The footage, which was posted on Facebook by KP Lau, has been shared nearly 1,000 times so far.

A video of the incident shows a Chinese man who appears to be middle-aged trapped underneath a private-hire or tour bus. Individuals who appear to be passers-by try to help to extricate the man from underneath the vehicle, while others urge the helpers to be careful and not pull the man out without caution:

Posted by KP Lau on Sunday, 4 March 2018

It remains unclear what caused the incident or exactly when or where the incident occurred.Follow us on Social Media

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