[VIDEO] 2 Boys Were Flung Out Their Car Window After Being Hit In The Back By Another Car

The accident happened on the North-South Expressway last Friday, 15 November.

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Two boys were flung out of their car after being hit in the rear by another car on the North-South Expressway last Friday, 15 November

According to Free Malaysia Today, the accident occurred at 12.30pm near Nibong Tebal, Penang.

The boys, aged 11 and 13, were in a Proton Saga with their mother and 21-year-old sister.

The whole accident was captured on video by the dashcam of another vehicle.

The 35-second footage shows a red Proton Waja speeding on the fast lane before appearing to lose control

It was then seen slamming into the rear of a black Proton Saga that was in the middle lane.

Both cars careened off the expressway, coming to a halt after crashing into the guardrail.

The boys can be seen flying out of the car due to the impact, before landing on the road

Fortunately, it seems they were not seriously injured as they almost immediately stood up.

Their mother and sister is then seen rushing out of their car to hug them.

Police have confirmed that none of the family members were hurt although they were reportedly shocked after the incident

South Seberang Perai police chief Abdul Shafee Abdul Ahmad said the boys had been seated at the back of the car, while their sister was in the front passenger seat.

The driver of the red Waja is a 34-year-old woman from China, currently living in Seberang Perai

She suffered injuries to her neck and leg. Her twin sons, aged six, were in the car with her but were not hurt by the accident.

Shafee said an immediate summons had been issued to the Waja driver, who is being investigated for reckless driving under the Road Transport Act 1987.

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