Stomper's car scratched by hit-and-run vehicle after crossing Woodlands Checkpoint

Submitted by Stomper Zig

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A car hit Stomper Zig's vehicle and drove off, despite leaving his car damaged, after he crossed Woodlands Checkpoint on Oct 2 at 9.15am.

The Stomper shared photos of his damaged vehicle with Stomp.

He said: "I was passing through the customs to Malaysia. It was my mother's birthday and my family and I were going to Genting for a short holiday.

"Suddenly, a car hit us from the right and joined the lane we were in."

The vehicle, which has a Singaporean license plate, did not stop after hitting the Stomper's car.

His family members in the car included his 83-year-old grandmother and his 10-year-old niece.

"We were all shocked. I was worried about my grandmother, she is very old," he added.

The Stomper said he tried reporting the incident to the police, however, the report could not go through because he was on Malaysian ground.

After being hit, his father, who was driving, was followed the car for a while to see if the driver would stop.

However, it continued on its way.

The Stomper is appealing for more information on the car driver.

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