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Even those who have not attended driving school would probably know that drivers should give way to pedestrians at zebra crossings.
Well, that was apparently not the case for a Mazda driver at NUH.
A video posted on Beh Chia Lor - Singapore Road shows him or her driving across a zebra crossing while a pedestrian was walking across.
According to the video's timestamp, the incident took place on Jul 9 at around 11.35am.
The motorist who recorded the incident tried to horn at the Mazda driver, but that did not get the attention of his fellow road-user.
The motorist elaborated:
"There wasn't any time for me to wind down my side window to signal the white Mazda to slow down, so I honked to alert the driver still driver drive through the zebra crossing at his normal speed.
"If you observe carefully, that lady pedestrian was in a rush, but still she did look left and right before crossing the zebra crossing.
"Obviously that white Mazda wasn't in a rush to go to NUH A&E because it wasn't turning to the A&E direction."