Car Chase

Yesterday was an interesting evening. I was walking back to my car after having my favourite pork noodles when I heard sirens going off. It’s not like sirens are uncommon in the city, but this was the first time that I witnessed a real chase. What made it more interesting was that it happened in my housing area – a part of town that is not well known for random crimes.

Anyway, as the cars were rushing down the road that my car was parked on, I decided against trying to get into my car until they passed. I quickly got over to the side walk and watched the scene unfold. The lead car had two people in it – the driver and a passenger. For some reason, the passenger was lying down in the passenger seat, which to me meant that, he was either hiding or hurt.

Unfortunately, both the police and the lead car were Proton Wajas. This meant that they would not be able to out-run the police. The police did not need to do anything other than just stay on their tail until they made a mistake at some point – like going the wrong way down the one-way street that my car was parked on. Things were pretty interesting.

Anyway, after they zoomed past me, I got into my car and drove back home. I thought to myself – that was interesting!

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Shawn Tan

Chip Doctor, Chartered Engineer, Entrepreneur, Law Graduate.

2 thoughts on “Car Chase”

  1. ‘Unfortunately, both the police and the lead car were Proton Wajas’?!
    Shouldn’t it been a fortunate thing that the lead car was not more powerful than the police car? Unfortunate for the criminals perhaps, but not for everyone else I should imagine. Though if the police had a more powerful car then the risk to civilians might be for a shorter period of time, as the chase might end more quickly.

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