SINGAPORE – A 23-year-old Singaporean male died in a automobile pile-up on Saturday (May 20) in Malaysia only after Woodlands Checkpoint.
The man, who The Straits Times understands was vital in Malaysia and whose mom is Malaysian, was announced passed on a stage by Malaysian paramedics, an watcher said.
Malaysian military on Saturday reliable with ST that a male was a Singaporean, Mr Victor Rubindranraj.
Mr Farid Rosnam, a 30-year-old Singaporean operative who saw a accident, told ST that it occurred after 3am on Saturday.
“I was roving my bike when we saw a automobile pass by. Just about dual seconds after going past my bike, it strike a divider,” he said.
The male was flung out of a car and pennyless his left leg, he said. The automobile after held fire.
Malaysian paramedics arrived and announced him dead, pronounced Mr Farid.
The Straits Times saw a throng of about 50 looking on during about 4.15am. An ambulance and a glow engine were during a scene.
A lady who pronounced she was Mr Rubindranraj’s crony after arrived and was seen great there.
Pictures of a stage uncover Mr Rubindranraj’s automobile wrecked and scorched.
He was alone when it happened, said Mr Farid, who pronounced he did not see any other car concerned in a accident.
Mr Farid stayed until 5am before he left, as he wanted to make certain things were alright. He pronounced he did not see anyone arrested, and pronounced a ambulance left after dogmatic a male dead.
Correction note: An progressing chronicle of a story settled that a man’s name is Victor Rabindranraj. His name is Victor Rubindranraj. We are contemptible for a error.