A man was sent to hospital after being dragged 10 metres on the road – he had grabbed the steering wheel of another car during a confrontation @ Geylang.
According to Shin Min Daily News, the altercation between the two happened along Geylang Road, between Lorong 17 and 19.
The incident involved a 34-year-old man and another driver of a black car.
The 34-year-old man thought that the driver had scratched his car, and he then confronted the latter and held on to his steering wheel in an attempt to stop the driver from driving away.
The Singapore Police Force confirmed that they were alerted to a case of Rash Act along Geylang Road.
According to witnesses who spoke to SMDN, they said that they saw half of the man’s body inside the moving car as he held on to the steering wheel, and he eventually let go of it after being dragged 10 metres and landed under a lorry.
The driver then drove away from the scene.
The witnesses added that there were about 20 people at the scene but none of them dared to help the man because he appeared to be grievously injured; he was later conveyed to the hospital conscious.
The whereabouts of the driver is currently still unknown, and the police are currently investigating the incident.