Another driver seen going against traffic, this time at Gateway Drive

Another driver seen going against traffic, this time at Gateway Drive
A screengrab from a video allegedly showing a car travelling against the direction of traffic along Gateway Drive.
PHOTO: Facebook/Roads.sg

Is it a trend these days to drive against the flow of traffic?

Yet another driver was seen going in the wrong direction on a one way road at Gateway Drive, near Westgate mall.

A clip of the incident was posted on Roads.sg today (Jan 4).

on Facebook

Another deadly accident waiting to happen with drivers like these on the loose. Happened on 2/1/2017 at Gateway Drive...

Posted by ROADS.sg on Tuesday, 3 January 2017

The video shows a driver travelling along the one way road, in the direction of the mall.

But the driver is unexpectedly forced to swerve out of the way of another driver who is going against the flow of traffic.

The incident comes hot on the heels of two other incidents that happened just last month in Singapore.

On Dec 19, a Mercedes driver was speeding at 120km/h against the flow of traffic on the AYE and caused a trail of destruction that left one man dead and four others injured.

Four cars, one motorcycle and one bus were left damaged during the horrific accident.

The 53-year-old Mercedes driver believed to have been suffering from depression was arrested for causing death by a rash act.

Another Mercedes driver was seen going against traffic at Bedok North.

On Dec 30, police gave chase when a man suspected of drink driving evaded a roadblock in Serangoon.

He drove against traffic before crashing into a lamp post and a street electrical box as he attempted to speed away.

Read also: Man in his 80s drives Mercedes into side of restaurant in Chinatown


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