A Singaporean woman, who was jaywalking in Singapore’s Yishun area, was injured when a motorcycle hit her. At 6:14pm on April 25, a 28-year-old was jaywalking in Yishun Avenue 2 towards Yishung Ring Road when she was hit by a motorcycle ridden by a 47-year-old man, The Straits Times reported on May 25.
The video was first posted on a Facebook page titled Beh Chai Lor – Singapore Road on May 23 and had been shared 1,400 times so far. According to police, the motorcyclist and the woman were both conscious and were taken to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital for treatment.
A video of the accident circulated online. In the video, the woman was seen crossing the road when a black motorcycle suddenly appeared and hit her, sending the woman flying through the air.
Two other jaywalkers saw the accident, but continued crossing the road. People who saw the online video expressed their anger towards the two jaywalkers who did not stop to help the woman and the motorcyclist, while others blamed the motorcyclist for straddling lanes.
Do you live in Jakarta?…I don’t think so…I know every part of Jakarta very well..even at the “very brutal” traffic in Jakarta, if there is an accident like that other motorcle/vehicle will stop and surounding people will help at least take victim to sidewalk
Oh, you’re someone to look up to!
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