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A chain reaction caused a car to almost flip over along Upper Serangoon Road on Sunday (June 23).
A video of the incident was posted on SG Road Vigilante's Facebook page showing the sequence of events.
In the video, a Volvo is seen making a wide left turn onto Upper Serangoon Road.
This causes a Mercedes-Benz to swerve to its right, accidentally sideswiping a Toyota Altis in the process.
The Toyota then hits the kerb and the wheels on its left side lift nearly 90 degrees off the ground.
The Toyota and Mercedes come to a stop soon afterwards but the Volvo driver drives off.
Responding to media queries, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it responded to the accident at 5.55pm.
A child was assessed by an SCDF paramedic to have minor injuries, but the parents declined to send the child to hospital.