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Monday, June 26, 2017

Woman caught driving wrong way on highway

This time, the woman was driving against traffic on the Second Link Expressway near Johor Bahru.
PETALING JAYA: It has happened again. Is it a lapse of judgement or a case of poor signage?
A 56-year-old woman was recorded driving her Perodua Kenari against traffic on the Second Link Expressway near Gelang Patah, Johor Bahru, The Star Online reported.
A 27-second video clip showing the car being driven on the wrong side of the highway went viral after it was uploaded by user Nicholas Lim on Facebook yesterday, the news portal said.
Iskandar Puteri district police chief ACP Noor Hashim Mohamad confirmed the incident occurred at noon yesterday.
He said the driver, who was also the car owner, was going against traffic along the highway after the Second Link crossing here, headed towards Senai.
“The woman was arrested by traffic police at Pekan Nenas.
“We are investigating the incident,” he said, and did not reveal the reason for the woman’s rash act.
Of late, several cases of vehicles driving against traffic, that too on highways, have been recorded by other motorists.
A car was filmed moving against the flow of traffic on the North-South Expressway near Kulai late last month.
A few days later, another video clip was posted on YouTube showing a car being driven against traffic along the Butterworth-Kulim Expressway (BKE).
In March, a young woman driver in a Proton Gen-2 made a U-turn just before the Sungai Dua toll plaza, near Butterworth, and drove at high speed for 5km against traffic flow.
In the process, she was reported to have crashed into nine vehicles, including a motorcycle. A factory worker was killed when his Perodua Kelisa was hit.
PLUS Highway recorded six cases on the North-South Expressway (NSE) this year alone of motorists driving against traffic and has attributed this to human error.


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