4 motorcyclists sent to hospital after black car switches lanes & knocks into vehicles along CTE
On Friday morning (Apr. 21), four motorcyclists were taken to the hospital after an accident — involving six vehicles — occurred along the Central Expressway (CTE), towards the city.
A video of the accident was posted on the YouTube account, SG Road Vigilante SGRV.
The video, which appeared to be taken from a front dash camera, showed four motorcyclists riding past in the middle of the extreme right lane and the centre lane.
A black Mazda sedan, from the rightmost lane, switches lanes, knocking into a row of motorcyclists and a car on its left. It is however unclear how many motorcyclists were involved.
In response to Mothership's enquiries, the Singapore police force (SPF) said that on Apr. 21, at 7:15am, the police were alerted to an accident involving two cars and four motorcycles along CTE (AYE).
A 25-year-old female motorcyclist and three male motorcyclists, aged between 28 to 43, were conveyed conscious to the hospital.
A 43-year-old male car driver and a 33-year-old female car driver are assisting with investigations.
Police investigations are ongoing.
Top images via SG Road Vigilante SGRV.
Article Credits: mothership