[VIDEO] Toyota Camry Crashes Into A Motorcycle And Flees After Making An Illegal U-Turn

The incident happened in front of SMK Sri Perhentian, Pontian on 3 December.

Cover image via Azry Goh/Facebook

A dashcam video showing a Toyota Camry committing a hit-and-run at a traffic light junction in Pontian, Johor has gone viral

Facebook user Azry Goh, who uploaded the video, said that the incident happened on Tuesday morning, 3 December.

The video has since been shared over 11,000 times and has more than 850,000 views at the time of writing.

The 90-second video shows the Toyota Camry making an illegal U-turn

The Toyota Camry cut across two lanes as it made a U-turn into ongoing traffic before crashing into a motorcyclist who was riding on the edge of the left lane.

Sinar Harian reported that the footage was caught in front of a school near Jalan Parit Ibrahim.

Despite the fact that a loud bang was heard and the motorcyclist was seen being flung to the ground, the Toyota Camry did not stop to check on the victim

While the vehicle with the dashcam tried to give it a chase, the hit-and-run driver managed to speed away from the scene.

When contacted by Sinar Harian, Pontian District Police Superintendent Mustafa Bakri Salleh said the police are aware of the incident

However, Mustafa said his department has yet to receive any reports about the accident.

The owner of the dashcam video, Eyka Azmi, told SAYS that she has given the dashcam video to the police

Eyka related that her husband Azry was driving during the incident. 

When asked if she had lodged a police report, she said she only submitted the high-definition dashcam video to the police, but they did not take down her statement.

According to her, she said the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) Johor have called Pontian district police chief to investigate the case.

Watch the video here:

Info accident siang tadi dekat trafik light depan sekolah ssp. LOKASI PONTIAN . LANGGAR LARI .

Posted by Azry Goh on Tuesday, December 3, 2019

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