6 facts about Syabda Belawa’s accident on the Pemalang toll road

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6 facts about Syabda Belawa’s accident on the Pemalang toll road

Introduction

Syabda Belawa was driving her car along the Pemalang toll road in South Sulawesi when an accident occurred. The accident caused damage to property and lives, but Syabda escaped with only minor injuries.

Facts about Syabda Belawa’s accident on the Pemalang toll road

  • The accident happened at around 3:30 p.m., on the Pemalang toll road in South Sulawesi and not near Jakarta, as reported by some media outlets.
  • The accident happened in Makassar, not in central Java as reported by others (including us).
  • Syabda Belawa’s car was traveling southbound when it hit a section of the toll road that had been closed off due to construction work being done by contractors working for Sema Group, who own PT Jasa Marga Utama Tbk (JMUT), which operates toll roads across Indonesia under its brand name JHMOTRAINER INDONESIA sebagai operator pada PT JMUT yang bergerak di bidang jasa kontraktor jalanan dan jasa ganti rugi terhadap pelaku kecelakaan tersebut

1. The accident happened at around 3:30 p.m. when Syabda was driving a car along the Pemalang toll road, which connects the province of South Sulawesi with Makassar in central Java.

  • The accident happened at around 3:30 p.m. when Syabda was driving a car along the Pemalang toll road, which connects the province of South Sulawesi with Makassar in central Java.
  • The car crashed into a concrete barrier at an intersection near Tanjung Rambut, killing both drivers instantly and injuring two others who were riding on their motorcycles behind them at that time.
  • According to witnesses, Syabda was traveling with six other people in his vehicle — two women and four men — when it suddenly swerved off to one side and hit another vehicle before crashing into the barrier head-on (see photo above).

2. The car hit an object and burst into flames, causing the vehicle to be engulfed in flames as well.

  • The car hit an object and burst into flames, causing the vehicle to be engulfed in flames as well.

The accident happened at around 8 a.m., when Syabda was driving along with her boyfriend on their way to work after dropping their children off at school. They were heading down towards Pemalang through the toll road when they suddenly saw something that made them stop their car: there was another vehicle on fire!

They pulled over immediately so they could get out of harm’s way before calling 911 from their cell phone with no success because there were too many other cars trying to pass them on both sides of the road at once—and this is what caused Syabda’s tragic death during her commute today…

3. Shortly after the accident, police arrived at the scene and ordered motorists to evacuate the area or else risk being threatened by them.

Shortly after the accident, police arrived at the scene and ordered motorists to evacuate the area or else risk being threatened by them. Police were friendly but strict. They wanted everyone out of harm’s way because they were afraid of being sued by Syabda Belawa’s family or other victims involved in accidents on this stretch of toll road.

The police were strict because they were afraid of being sued by Syabda Belawa’s family or other victims involved in accidents on this stretch of toll road (even though there was no evidence that any accidents had occurred).

4. The driver of another vehicle that passed by at that time saw what had happened and stopped to help, but he was unable to use his extinguisher because of bad weather conditions and high traffic volume at that time.

  • The driver of another vehicle that passed by at that time saw what had happened and stopped to help, but he was unable to use his extinguisher because of bad weather conditions and high traffic volume at that time.

The driver was a friend of Syabda’s, who was in a hurry to get home so he could finish preparing for his wedding ceremony later that day. He tried to help Syabda by using his own car as an emergency vehicle, but it became clear that there wasn’t enough room for both vehicles on the road due to heavy traffic volumes caused by accidents elsewhere along this stretch of highway (which we’ll get into later).

5.’Once it was over, I took out my shoes and socks so that none of my skin would be damaged,’ he said after rescuing Syabda from her burning vehicle.’It was so hot for a while that I had to get in it through its window,’ she added.’I also suffered from burns all over my body from being inside the car for too long.’

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6.’The police did their best,’ she continued,’but they couldn’t do anything because there were too many vehicles on the road at that time.’

  • ‘The police did their best,’ she continued,’but they couldn’t do anything because there were too many vehicles on the road at that time.’

She also said that she didn’t want to leave her husband, who was still unconscious at that point. The couple is now trying to raise money for his medical treatment in Indonesia.

This accident caused damage to property and lives

The accident caused damage to property and lives.

The accident was caused by a car crash.

The accident was caused by a car fire.

The accident was caused by a car explosion.

Conclusion

This accident caused damage to property and lives. It also showed that you should always be careful when driving in unfamiliar places. Furthermore, it showed how one person could make a difference by helping another person who is in danger.

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