Bryan Goh shared his ordeal on social media claiming that this man was riding his e-scooter on the pedestrian pavement and hit his son.
His son had severe abrasion on his right face and bleeding in his mouth. Also, he sprained his left wrist as well.
Bryan said that the man turn aggressive and did not apologise. Bryan claimed that the e-scooter was travelling at 50-60km/h.
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