Earlier today, a Twitter page under the name Mohd Redzuan Abdul Manap uploaded a video from a dashcam recording showing a 4X4 dangerously speeding on the NSE near UKM heading to Sungai Besi.
The video shows the car swiftly switching to the left lane, swerving into the emergency lane before side-swiping a motorcyclist off his bike.
The car has been identified as a grey Ford Ranger 2.0L Bit WT 4WD Auto believed to be owned by a man living in Klang.
Although the motorcyclist was seen falling off his motorcycle, he shook netizens when he managed to stand up and walk back to his motorcycle.
Walauwei… lucky the guy can still stand.. damn the driver..
— Shan (@Shan_6183) January 20, 2020
It seems like the owner of the video stopped to help the rider as well. We hope he managed to go to the nearest police station to lodge a report against the driver.
Watch the full video below:
Share supaya pemandu 4×4 diambil tindakan undang undang.
Rakaman dashcam pemanduan bahaya hingga merempuh penunggang motosikal.
Kejadian di Lebuhraya PLUS selepas susur UKM menghala Sg Besi. pic.twitter.com/Sb8GCMwlNa
— Mohd Redzuan Abdul Manap (@redzuanNewsMPB) January 19, 2020
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