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The husband of a Lexus driver who was accused of jamming the brakes which led to a collision said that she had only done so to avoid a collision with a taxi ahead.
Stomper KK who was in the vehicle while his wife was driving, sent Stomp a video recording from the vehicle’s dashboard camera.
In the video, a TransCab taxi SHB7993H could be seen slowing down suddenly, prompting KK’s wife to jam on her brakes in order to avoid a collision.
According to KK, the timing on the video is inaccurate, and the event actually took place at around 3.02pm on Aug 30.
Moments after KK's wife slowed the vehicle down, a Mitsubishi Lancer at the bark collided into KK’s vehicle, which caused the Lexus to surge forward, before coming to a stop.
KK hoped that the new evidence can clear up the air and prove his wife’s innocence.
“We did not intend to jam on our brakes.
“The taxi in front slowed down so we had to do so to avoid a collision.
“We slowed our car down, almost coming to a stop before getting hit in the back by the Lancer.”
Kk added that he did not think the taxi driver jammed on his brakes deliberately either, saying that there was a long line of vehicles ahead which could have led to a miscalculation.