Free steel pipe flies off lorry, penetrates Perodua Ativa windscreen, finally ends up on entrance passenger seat

The scene depicted right here might have been from a horror film, besides that it came about in actuality, and subsequently introduced a really actual danger to life and wellbeing. Based on a video posted by Cass Cheng Sook Leng to Fb, a steel pipe had come unfastened from a lorry travelling forward of her car within the subsequent lane; this occurred on January 13 at 1:42pm, in accordance with the car proprietor.

From the dashcam footage, the steel pipe appeared to have come from the higher part of the lorry, and had lodged itself on the digicam car upon influence.

From subsequent images taken by the car’s proprietor, the steel pipe penetrated the car’s windscreen and had virtually solely entered the passenger compartment, and the mark on the bonnet means that the pipe had first made contact with the bodywork earlier than piercing the windscreen.

Most luckily, there was nobody within the entrance passenger seat of this Ativa, which had been virtually totally occupied by the steel pipe at that time.

The car proprietor famous that her canine have been within the car along with her on the time, nonetheless. A search of the coordinates displayed on the dashcam footage point out that this occurred close to the Rawang (Selatan) interchange on the PLUS freeway, within the northbound route.

Travelling in shut proximity to different automobiles on the freeway, there gave the impression to be little room for the car concerned on this incident to evade, and the dashcam car had largely been preserving tempo with the circulate of visitors on the time. In any case, having a dashcam installed and operational helps to maintain a file of any such incident which will happen, resembling this one. It additionally helps to have a suitable storage medium.

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