His hilarious quips while diverting oncoming traffic away from the crash site along the NKVE highway entertained netizens.
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Recently, a motorcyclist’s reaction to an accident on the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) went viral online.
In the video, Louis Dorall could be seen waving oncoming cars to the other lanes and away from the accident site while making hilarious quips.
The situation got funnier when he ran over to the overturned vehicle to check the number plate and found that it was missing.
His laidback and hilarious reaction to the situation entertained netizens who praised his “reporting” style, especially when he realized he couldn’t pass the number plate info to the police and that the driver seemingly ran away.
What actually went down that night
On 24 April, Louis was on his way home from Genting Highlands with his wife and a friend when they spotted an overturned car around 11.55pm after exiting the Duke Highway heading towards the Jalan Duta toll plaza.
There were no authorities on the scene yet so they decided to stop and see if they could help.
Louis called 999 for the police and was asked to check if anyone needed an ambulance. He then ran over to the crash site to check and confirm no ambulance was needed.
Some men from a silver Perodua Axia stopped and got out of their car while a woman and her two children seemingly argued with another man, believed to be the driver.
After talking to a group of good samaritans, he found out that they have called the highway authorities.
However, there was another issue regarding the oncoming cars. Using his marshal and first responder skill, he helped to divert the cars onto the safer lanes by waving an LED light that he carries everywhere in his riding vest.
He told TRP that he picked up the skill when he attended a course under MM Safety Riding Academy, which is linked with PDRM.
After reading the comments on the viral video, Louis admitted that he should have stood on the other side of the road so that the other road users could see him better.
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The viral video took place around 12.18am after he realized everyone had left and his wife saw the driver leaving with the group in the Perodua Axia.
He continued diverting the traffic on his own when a tow truck appeared, followed by a group of young people with walkie-talkies.
The tow truck operator said he wasn’t called but was passing by when he spotted the wreckage.
Louis said the police assistance he called from the 999 line did not turn up within the time span.
Since it was getting late and he didn’t want to keep his wife waiting at the side of the road, they left the scene around 12.30am.
According to Utusan, Sentul police chief Assistant Commissioner Beh Eng Lai confirmed getting a report regarding the accident at 12.15am.
Investigations revealed that the accident involving a Toyota Avanza driven by a local 31-year-old man took place at 11.55pm.
The Avanza driver lost control of his vehicle and hit the road barrier on the left before spinning and hitting the left side of a Honda Civic.
The Honda Civic that was driven by a 40-year-old man then overturned from the impact.
The police said no one was injured and the case is being investigated under Rule 10 LN166/59.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Jalan Tun H S Lee Traffic Police Station at 03-20719999 or the Kuala Lumpur Police Hotline at 03-20260267/69 or any nearby police station.