video: multiple accidents reported along north-south highway during torrential rain yesterday

After yet another evening of torrential rain throughout the country, videos of serious accidents that took place along the North-South Highway have started surfacing on the internet.

One video, in particular, shows the dangers of low visibility and heavy traffic during heavy rain. A was seen stopping just in time before hitting a spun Pajero Sport along the rightmost lane of the North-South Highway.

However, before the Alza could change lanes to continue on its way, a heavy trailer in the middle lane lost control, presumably trying to avoid the Alza, and crashed into the Alza instead.

The accident reportedly happened at KM 245.8 of the North-South Highway heading north from Pedas Linggi at around 2 pm yesterday.

In a separate incident also in Pedas Linggi, a was seen losing control while trying to change lanes near the rest stop. The Axia could be seen spinning across the span of three lanes before ending up in a ditch on the side of the highway.

These videos have raised concerns amongst netizens about the dangers of stopping to lend a helping hand to cars that were involved in accidents along highways during the heavy rain.

We advise you to immediately call 999 (or 112 for mobile phones) the moment you witnessed an accident and let the authorities handle the situation.

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