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Watch: Motorcyclist’s miraculous escape after losing balance on highway in Malaysia

The video, captured by an onlooker sitting inside a car parked beside the road, has taken the Internet by storm.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: January 30, 2022 10:02:24 am
motorist escapes accident, motorist's narrow escape from getting hit by truck, narrow escape, Malaysia, indian express As a truck approaches, he manages to escape in the split of a second. (Source: TRT World Now/ YouTube)

A hair-raising video has emerged of a motorcyclist escaping grievous injury or even death by a fraction of a second in Malaysia. In the 20-second video, he is seen losing his balance while riding down a highway in the rain, and falling off his bike. He manages to leap aside to avoid being run over by a truck.

The truck driver screeches to a halt after running over a part of the motorcycle. Both escaped without injuries.

The video, captured by an onlooker sitting inside a car parked beside the road, has taken the Internet by storm.

Watch the video:

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TRT World Now shared the video on YouTube on January 26. Netizens were shocked to watch it. “Oh… very fast reaction….,” commented a user.

Earlier, a speeding scooter rider had a narrow escape as he was about to collide with a public transport bus in Mangaluru, Karnataka. The chilling CCTV footage of the incident had gone viral.

In a similar incident a biker miraculously escaped unhurt after coming under a bus in Gujarat in September last year. In the 48-second clip, the youth was seen trying to overtake the bus moments before the vehicle comes in contact with the two-wheeler.

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