Car smashes into roadside nasi lemak stall

Written by: Victor Charlie | 11 Feb 2018 14:18
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11 Feb 2018 14:18

The sight of nasi lemak splattered on a car's windscreen and scattered all over the road was meant a distratous morning for trader Azman Diran.

However, the 40-year-old trader could count his lucky stars after escaping with only light injuries after a car crashed into his stall at Bandar Springhill, Port Dickson on Sunday morning.

According to the New Straits Times, the 7.40am incident saw a woman in her 30s lost control of her Honda Civic when another car came out of a junction nearby.

Azman said he was arranging nasi lemak packets on a table when he saw the car heading towards his stall.

"I jumped out of the way and ran to the back of the stall. I couldn't save my nasi lemak, however, and they are now scattered all over the road.

"It happened so fast. Fortunately, there were no customers at the time. I am lucky to have only sustained light injuries but my stall has been completely destroyed."

He said it was the first time such an incident had occurred in all his three years selling nasi lemak there.

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