26-Year-Old M'sian Crashes Test Car Into Driving School Building During Practical Test

The student driver already passed his theory test beforehand.

Cover image via China Press & Free Malaysia Today

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A 26-year-old's driving test recently took a turn for the worst when he accidentally crashed into his driving school's building during his examination

According to China Press, the unfortunate incident happened yesterday morning, 9 February, at a Nilai driving academy in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

The student had reportedly already completed his driving theory exam and had to pass the practical exam to gain his driving licence.

However, due to being under a lot of pressure during the test, the student driver lost control of the school's Perodua Axia test car, pressing too hard on the accelerator and crashing the vehicle into the administrative office of the driving academy.

The destroyed administration office after the student driver crashed into the building.

Image via China Press

The Nilai Fire and Rescue Department was called to the scene of the accident

Once help arrived, the firefighters managed to extricate the 26-year-old from the crashed vehicle. He reportedly only suffered minor injuries from the crash and was sent to a hospital to receive treatment.

According to news reports, there were not many people present in the building when the accident happened, therefore, no other casualties were reported.

Image via China Press

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