Australia South Australian hoon caught doing 160km/h
'We called 200 people to find a hospital bed'
Avani Singh was one of thousands of Indians who turned to social media to get help for her family.From morning to night, they scour Instagram accounts, drop messages on WhatsApp groups and work through their phone books. They're looking for hospitals beds, oxygen, the Covid drug Remdesivir and plasma.
Anhoon has been filmed driving 160 kilometres an hour in a 100 zone.
After the driver put lives on the line, they bragged about their racing online.
It has sparked calls in South Australia to crush the cars of dangerous drivers.
This incident comes after a teenager was caught driving at 181km/h.
South Australia Police Commissioner Grant Stevens is waiting for the government to finalise legislation to treat dangerous drivers as criminals.
Those laws are currently being drafted by the government.
It expects them to be finalised and ready to introduce them into the parliament in the coming weeks.
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