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Eerie moment 'ghost' car appears from nowhere causing crash at busy junction


Eerie moment 'ghost' car appears from nowhere

Dashcam video captured the eerie moment a ' ghost car ' appeared from nowhere, causing a crash at a busy junction.

Footage of the bizarre smash has left viewers baffled as the vehicle cannot be seen until the last moment.

Social media users have been searching for clues, studying the clip, which was filmed in Singapore in south-east Asia.

The clip shows a motorist in a white car waiting at a junction, about to make a right turn.

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The driver can be seen attempting the manoeuvre as the traffic lights change, indicating that it is safe to do so.

It appears that the road is clear with no obstacles preventing the car from completing the turn.

Everything seems to be going smoothly, until another car suddenly appears in the middle of the road.

The silver car can only be seen at the last possible moment, zooming in front of the other motorist.

The white car brakes but is unable to avoid hitting the side of the other vehicle.

Footage shows the silver car veering off as the driver struggles to keep control following the impact.

Viewers of the clip have been left confused as there is no sign of the silver car before the crash.

Many social media users have watched the footage on repeat, trying to see where the car comes from.

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The white car made a right turn when it appeared safe to do so (Image: AsiaWire/Roads.sg)

One called 'Elfie De Souza' said: "Seriously I kept repeating the video, it seems the car appears out of nowhere."

While another called 'Jacky Tong Liang' added: "This is really weird. Played it a few times and still cannot figure out where the car comes from."

The mysterious video has caused some to speculate that the accident might have been caused by a "ghost car".

But others have suggested that the position of the white car may have blocked the camera, preventing it from capturing the other motorist's approach.

There were no further details about the crash available from Singaporean media.

Source: Mirror


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