JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Truck motorist Agus Tri Pamungkas was not certain how to get to Singakerta encampment in Ubud, Bali to dump off a truckload of rocks he had driven from Banyuwangi, East Java. So he did what many mislaid drivers do: check Google Maps.
Unfortunately, a app led him down a track that finished with his lorry descending off a precipice into a Wos River circuitously Banjar Gelogor, Lodtunduh village, Ubud.
Gelogor encampment ensure we Ketut Sumardika pronounced Agus was following a track that was usually endorsed for motorcycles.
“When he got to a bridge, he deliberate branch back, though given a highway was not some-more than 3 meters [wide], he couldn’t spin around,” Sumardika pronounced as quoted by kompas.com.
Agus continued on a track to a shop-worn ascending road, where his lorry stalled and upended into a river.
Those circuitously helped rescue a motorist by slicing by a bamboo trees during a location. The 23-year-old postulated bruises and sprains and has given been expelled from a hospital.
Agus’ father and employer went to a encampment to appreciate a people for assisting him.
Gianyar Public Works Agency conduct we Nyoman Nuadi pronounced a shop-worn highway was underneath a office of Gianyar regency and called on a encampment to put a pointer on a highway to advise vast vehicles from going that way. – The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network