Dashcam Video Shows "Flying Myvi" Land On A Parked Car In PJ

The Myvi was allegedly being driven by a 72-year-old man.

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On 7 April, a Perodua Myvi went flying across a T-junction and landed on a parked Toyota Camry in Petaling Jaya

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The accident, which occurred in front of the GSC office near Atria Mall, was caught on the Myvi's dashcam in a 35-second video.
The video was shared on Facebook yesterday, 12 April, and has garnered over 3,000 shares at the time of writing.

According to the footage, the red Myvi had just passed a traffic light when it began accelerating on the road, which was still wet from rain

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Approaching a T-junction, the driver seemingly lost control as the car can be seen flying above a bush.

The parked car, which had no passengers inside, softened the Myvi's landing.

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The Toyota Camry was significantly damaged as a result of the accident

A tow truck was called to pull the Myvi off from the car.

Netizens took to the comments section of the post to express their disbelief at the driver's recklessness, as well as crack a few jokes about Myvi drivers

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"Flight mode: ON," wrote a Facebook user.

Another netizen pointed out that a lucky pedestrian was only inches away from being hit by the red car.

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Shortly after the accident went viral, a man commented on the Facebook post claiming to be the driver of the Toyota Camry

He alleged that the driver of the red Myvi was a 72-year-old Chinese man, and argued that he should have his license revoked to prevent similar accidents from occurring in the future.

"Any lawyers here? Can I sue him for emotional trauma as a result of the accident?" he added.

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Watch the dashcam video of the accident here:

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