Dramatic Car Crash Along SLE By Drunk Driver

What on earth is this 22 year old driver getting drunk in the early morning 9am? The way he drove, it was sheer luck that no one was seriously hurt, in fact, both the vehicles drivers can be seen coming out of the two crashed vehicles. This crazy driver should be banned for life from driving, he should still thank his lucky star, he would had died that day on the spot.

Barely a few days later, another drink driver crashed into a motorcylist:

The accident took place at about 4.30pm 29 Jan 2019 at the junction of South Bridge Road and Pickering Street.

Here is another old clip that dramatically shows a tailgating lorry crashing into a motorcyclist on the PIE in broad daylight some year back:

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