Snapchat accident of 259 people - for real? - MellonPost
October 27, 2020

Snapchat accident of 259 people – for real?

Snapchat accident of 259 people

Snapchat accident of 259 people, what is wrong really?

Why are some people not very careful when using their phones on the road? Another accident just happened again…

A woman has been reported to have fallen out of a moving vehicle on M25 south of London, one of UK’s busy highway.

The incident happened during the busy morning traffic, as she was frantically trying to get a good position and capture from her mobile phone.

The police said that she was lucky to not have sustained any life threatening injuries, but just minor bruises.

She was treated at the scene by paramedics and allowed to go without arresting her.

After the Surrey police department tweeted about the incidence, social media users were not happy with the police decision not to arrest her.
The police department had defended their actions saying that the victim has learnt her lessons already and will likely not repeat the action again.

CNN reported that according to a global study published in the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care two years ago, the quest for selfies has killed 259 people ( with an average age of 23 years) between 2011 and 2018.

What do you think, should the police have arrested her? Because as for me I am in support of the police decision 🤷 she must has learnt her lessons already 😂.

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