I am a competent driver. In most of the time, I drive safely and this can be verified by people who have been my passengers since I got the license on 2003.
"Uncle, uncle ok?" I asked the old Indian man with concern.
"Sana Banting, sana Klang," he incorrectly referred to the roads. "Saya mahu masuk ini jalan. You langgar saya".
"Salah uncle, sana Banting, sana Klang," I corrected him who seemed to be not fully conscious. "Uncle boleh masuk jalan ni, tapi uncle kena tunggu trafik clear. Ni tak, saya sudah dekat baru uncle mahu masuk, apa macam?"
I managed to control the situation despite the huge number of young Indian guys who came to the location right after the accident. I believed the situation was to be carefully handled without lighting the fire to anyone. I was grateful none of them was rude to me (highly probably because I was on the right side and, again, I controlled the situation peacefully).
Abah, Zaki tahu abah sayang dengan kereta tu. Zaki dah drive hati-hati sebagaimana yang abah pesan setiap kali Zaki memandu. Tapi kemalangan tetap kemalangan. Zaki dah pergi merata-rata tempat dan dah bertahun-tahun Zaki memandu. Tapi kalau kemalangan nak jadi, jadi lah ia tak kira kat mana-mana dan bila-bila pun. So, Zaki nak minta maaf la...
Credit to Danial for the quote put in the title.