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Car Spins Out Of Control And Hits Police Officer Who Was Directing Traffic On Jalan Kuching


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Always be alert of your surroundings when you’re on the road, regardless if you’re a driver or a pedestrian. It only takes one moment of distraction for a fatal accident to happen.


An out-of-control vehicle spun and hit a policeman who was busily directing traffic on Jalan Kuching, Kuala Lumpur today (29th May).

“According to preliminary information, the traffic officer was standing on the road divider to control traffic due to another accident there.

Suddenly, a car spun out-of-control and hit the officer who fell down, sustaining injuries to his head,” said Kuala Lumpur Traffic Enforcement Investigations Assistant Commissioner Zulkefly, adding that the incident occurred in the morning, as reported by Astro Awani and the Star.

Kuala Lumpur Hospital

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Thankfully, the officer wasn’t severely injured by the collision and was immediately taken to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for further treatment.

Stay safe and cautious behind the wheel, guys! We don’t need any more people in the hospital. 


Also read: Hilarious Video Shows Man Getting Swooped Off His Feet & Carried Away After Knocking Motorcycle


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