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Update at 1.35pm: The police arrested a lorry driver for suspected drink-driving after an accident on Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) .
A spokesperson informed Stomp that on 14 April 2017, at 5.38pm, the police were alerted to an accident involving a lorry along AYE towards Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE).
"No injuries were reported. The male lorry driver was arrested for suspected drink-driving," added the spokesperson.
"Police investigations are ongoing."
Original article: If you notice a driver cutting recklessly across lanes before skidding and crashing, then drive off as if nothing, what would you do?
A motorist named Khairul Anwar decided he would not stand by and watch such drivers put others at risk.
In a clip he shared on Beh Chia Lor - Singapore Road, he was travelling towards the city along AYE at 5.30pm on Friday (Apr 14).
After the Yuan Ching Exit, a lorry heading towards the Clementi started abruptly cutting lanes before skidding and crashing near Clementi Avenue 6.
Khairul stopped his car by the side of the road to check on the lorry driver.
But the lorry driver decided to drive away from the accident scene instead, prompting Khairul to give chase.
He managed to catch up with the lorry driver at Clementi Avenue 2, where he prevented him from leaving until the police arrived.
"Handed over the case to the Traffic Police immediately," said Khairul.
Stomp has contacted the Police for more information about this incident.