Lady jumps out of moving car on PIE after argument with husband during 2nd day of CNY

The lady has apparently been warded at NUH.

Nyi Nyi Thet | February 11, 01:02 pm


On Feb. 6, a married couple was making their way along the PIE when they got into a fight.

While the cause of the argument wasn’t clear, the lady proceeded to do something rather unexpected.

Jumped out of a moving car

According to Lianhe Wanbao, the 46-year-old lady apparently opened the door, and jumped out of the moving car.

This happened while they were travelling along the Pan Island Expressway towards Tuas, near the Pasir Laba Camp exit.

The incident occurred around 9am on the second day of Chinese New Year.

It happened so fast that the woman’s husband, 51, could not react quickly enough to prevent the incident.

According to Wanbao, the husband immediately stopped the car and rushed to check on his wife.

Sustained multiple injuries

Jumping out of a moving car is, of course, insanely dangerous.

However, things were further exacerbated due to the nature of her landing.

The wife, who was bleeding, apparently injured her head along with other parts of her limbs.

However, the head injury was deemed more severe than her other injuries as she had apparently hit the ground head-first.

An ambulance promptly arrived on the scene and sent the woman to the National University Hospital (NUH).

Wanbao understands that the wife was warded.

The husband has made a statement with the police and investigations are ongoing.

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