A motorist escaped unscathed when his car hit a kerb and overturned on a flyover in Hong Kong on Tuesday.
He was travelling along Lung Cheung Road in Choi Hung at the time of the crash, shortly before 12.30pm.
A police spokesman said the driver was uninjured and was one of several callers who reported the incident to the force.
The government’s Transport Department said the fast lane on the Kwun Tong-bound section of the flyover had been closed, but reopened before 1.45pm.
Separately, officers were searching for the male driver of a Volkswagen car after it rammed into three vehicles in Aberdeen at 2.40am.
The three vehicles – a minibus, a taxi and a truck – were parked on Aberdeen Main Road. None of the three was occupied at the time of the crash.
Police said the man, who was wearing a beige top, abandoned his car and fled the scene.
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