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Drunk driver escapes the cops but not Murphy’s Law

A man's simple attempt to pass a motorbike in the capital on Sunday led to a series of unfortunate accidents. The inebriated car driver lost control of his vehicle while trying to overtake the moto, colliding with a tree before crashing through the gate of a construction site.

But it doesn’t stop there: as the driver tried to make an escape, the tree fell onto the roof of his vehicle. The driver fled on foot, leaving his car to be impounded at the police station.

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