Footage shows the motorcycle skidding while descending to the Funan basement car park – Mothership.SG



Footage has emerged showing a motorcycle skidding and crashing while driving down the slope towards Funan’s underground car park.

The video, taken from the motorcyclist’s perspective, was shared on social media on May 14, the day of the incident, which also saw several cars crashing into a wall in the same spot due to wet weather conditions.

What images showed

The images showed how the motorcyclist drove into the parking garage, but slipped and fell in the right bend.

It appeared the motorcycle had braked as a stationary white vehicle was in front of it.

The vehicle had apparently previously struck the wall while traveling down a slope and did not continue.

Photo via SG Kaypoh人 on Facebook.

The ground seemed to have been wet.

Motorist accounts

According to an earlier report, at least ten vehicles had crashed into the wall between 6pm and 7pm on May 14, with heavy rain falling across the island from around 5pm.

One driver who crashed spoke Shin Min daily news: “It was more than an hour after the incident took place that the management of the mall sent someone. They asked us to report to the insurance company to demand compensation, but the car owners want explanations, and some of them have called the police called.”

The driver said he was in the third or fourth car involved, and other vehicles behind him suffered the same fate.

Photo via SG Kaypoh人! on Facebook.

Photo via SG Kaypoh人! on Facebook.

Photo via SG Kaypoh人! on Facebook.

In response to media queries, a spokesperson for Funan said the affected areas and the car park entrance on North Bridge Road were immediately cordoned off as a safety measure when alerted to what had happened.

The spokesperson also said the mall is investigating the cause of the incident and providing necessary assistance to the affected drivers.

The car park entrance on North Bridge Road remains temporarily closed, while the other car park entrance on Hill Street remains accessible.

Top photo via SG Road Vigilante

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