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Chitchat Motorcyclist, 45, dies from injuries after crashing into lorry in Tuas,

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Motorcyclist, 45, dies from injuries after crashing into lorry in Tuas, 25-year-old driver arrested​

The accident took place at the junction of Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim and Tuas West Road.​

Ronald Goh
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Updated Mon, 25 March 2024 at 10:13 pm GMT-7


Screen grabs from video of Tuas road accident on 25 March 2024 (Photos: Facebook/SG Road Vigilante - SGRV)

Screen grabs from video of Tuas road accident on 25 March 2024 (Photos: Facebook/SG Road Vigilante - SGRV)
SINGAPORE — A 45-year-old man died after his motorcycle crashed into a lorry at the junction of Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim and Tuas West Road on Monday (25 March) morning.
The Singapore Police Force (SPF) and the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) were both alerted to the traffic accident at about 7.30am.
The unconscious motorcyclist was conveyed to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. He subsequently died from his injuries, said the police.
The lorry driver, a 25-year-old man, was arrested for dangerous driving causing death. Police investigations are ongoing.
In a video posted on SG Road Vigilante Facebook group on Monday afternoon, a lorry was seen driving forward although the traffic light appeared to be red. It then came to a sudden stop in the middle of the traffic junction.
A motorcycle then came from the right of the frame and crashed into the lorry. Both the motorcycle and rider were thrown from the impact onto the nearby grass patch and traffic light.
Debris could be seen flying from the motorcycle, and onto the road and nearby pedestrian crossing.
Fatal traffic accidents claimed 136 lives in Singapore last year, a 25.9 per cent increase from 108 deaths recorded in 2022. Half of all road fatalities were attributed to motorcyclists and pillion riders.

 
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k1976

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Bengali lorry driver vs Jiuhu Motorbiker...certainly dun end well

RIP. Condolences to his family

Motorcyclist, 45, dies from injuries after crashing into lorry in Tuas, 25-year-old driver arrested​

The accident took place at the junction of Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim and Tuas West Road.​

Ronald Goh
Ronald Goh
·News and Lifestyle Producer
Updated Mon, 25 March 2024 at 10:13 pm GMT-7


Screen grabs from video of Tuas road accident on 25 March 2024 (Photos: Facebook/SG Road Vigilante - SGRV)

Screen grabs from video of Tuas road accident on 25 March 2024 (Photos: Facebook/SG Road Vigilante - SGRV)
SINGAPORE — A 45-year-old man died after his motorcycle crashed into a lorry at the junction of Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim and Tuas West Road on Monday (25 March) morning.
The Singapore Police Force (SPF) and the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) were both alerted to the traffic accident at about 7.30am.
The unconscious motorcyclist was conveyed to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. He subsequently died from his injuries, said the police.
The lorry driver, a 25-year-old man, was arrested for dangerous driving causing death. Police investigations are ongoing.
In a video posted on SG Road Vigilante Facebook group on Monday afternoon, a lorry was seen driving forward although the traffic light appeared to be red. It then came to a sudden stop in the middle of the traffic junction.
A motorcycle then came from the right of the frame and crashed into the lorry. Both the motorcycle and rider were thrown from the impact onto the nearby grass patch and traffic light.
Debris could be seen flying from the motorcycle, and onto the road and nearby pedestrian crossing.
Fatal traffic accidents claimed 136 lives in Singapore last year, a 25.9 per cent increase from 108 deaths recorded in 2022. Half of all road fatalities were attributed to motorcyclists and pillion riders.

 

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when you are riding motorbike in peesai you MUST assume that shit always happens......poor chap was way too fast to react in time
 

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Traffic lights are placed too near together because there are many road junctions in sg. Although the light was red, the next junction's light was green (about 20m away). Lorry driver saw wrongly, it can happen when drivers have a concentration lapse.
 

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moment ago, saw another bike accident near Brickwork via CCK Ave 6. Hopefully, the bro can be safely recover
 

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Pls drive / ride / walk carefully, always slowdown during rush.

Pls leememeber your loves one's arew aiting for your return safely at home
 

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Pls drive / ride / walk carefully, always slowdown during rush.

Pls leememeber your loves one's arew aiting for your return safely at home

I always do that when I am putting on my pants back to go home
 
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