Emergency lane is there for a purpose

MY family and I travelled from Penang to Kuala Lumpur late afternoon on Sunday. Before leaving Penang, my son vomited twice. We set off after he took some medicine.

Halfway through our journey, he started to vomit again and couldn’t stop. Traffic on the PLUS highway was bad, as it usually is on Sundays. He fainted when we reached Selangor. Traffic was at a standstill at that time, so I decided to use the emergency lane in order to rush him to hospital. I switched on my emergency signal and left it on as I drove.

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