Road accidents are responsible for 3.7% of the total deaths in Malaysia.
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They say that visuals are among the best mediums to communicate, entertain and convey information, and it appears that Malaysians couldn’t agree more with that assessment after watching Astro Awani’s very eye catching news segment on road accidents.
Awani 7:45 presenter Luqman Hariz went viral after getting himself in an impressive computer-generated (CGI) car crash to educate viewers on what-to-do if they were unfortunate enough to get into an accident.
At around 4-minutes long, the video sees the TV host getting behind the wheels of a CGI car before losing control of the vehicle on a dark simulated highway.
As the car laid totalled and upside down on the road, Luqman went on to list down simple steps on what people should do when finding themselves in similar circumstances which include tips like to remain calm during an accident and for drivers to always be aware of what’s going on before, during and after a crash to aid with investigations.
Netizens were more than impressed by the striking visual display and how adamant the presenter was at his job.
Really creative way and impactful. Good stuff.— Tom Leng (@TomLeng1) October 22, 2020
But you duduk kat jalan terlalu lama. Tak dengar ke I berteriak pergi tepi jalan cepat!
Tahulah jalanraya kita ni, kereta deras hantam buta.
Where can i get behind the scenes? Btw great job👍🏻— ÆGON🇲🇾 (@redza_haqimi) October 22, 2020
Previously, Luqman went for a CGI swim during an informative report on flood disasters in Malaysia.
Typing out trending topics and walking the fine line between deep and dumb.