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Article Driver jailed for crash that killed 2 e-bikers
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  14/12/2018

Mr Ang Yee Fong, 25, was pronounced dead at the scene while Mr Ong Zi Quan, 18, died in hospital following the accident on Oct 27, 2016.
Their friend, Mr Marcus Loke Teck Soon, now 19, suffered injuries including a superficial abrasion on his left leg and a bruise on his lower back.   (407 words)
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Article More than 600 caught riding personal mobility devices on roads last year
By: KOK YUFENG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  13/02/2019

He also said that victims of accidents involving PMDs can seek mediation at the Singapore Mediation Centre or the Law Society of Singapore, although neither has received such cases so far.
Mediation is voluntary and can proceed only with both parties in attendance, Mr Lam said in response to questions from Ms Lee Bee Wah (Nee Soon GRC).   (371 words)
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Article Driver jailed over accident that killed 2 e-bike riders
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  14/12/2018

Mr Ang Yee Fong, 25, was pronounced dead at the scene, while Mr Ong Zi Quan, 18, died in hospital following the accident, which took place on Oct 27, 2016.
Their friend, Mr Marcus Loke Teck Soon, now 19, suffered injuries, including a superficial abrasion on his left leg and a bruise on his lower back.   (455 words)
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Article 11 road fatalities overseas since last month
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  04/01/2018

They were Singapore Armed Forces scholarship holder Justin Yeo Jun Xi, 22, and his parents, Mr Yeo Heng Soon, 62, and Madam Chua Cher Hwee, 56. His 19-year-old sister, Ms Justlyn Yeo Jing Hui, survived. Their car apparently crossed the painted median and collided head-on with a van.   (215 words)
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Article E-bike rider gets short detention order for speeding at 40kmh on footpath and crashing into jogger
By: ADELINE TAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  17/04/2019

Heng, a full-time national serviceman, had crashed into Mr Chua Kok Soon, 37, who was jogging past Marina Bay Sands in June last year.
Mr Chua suffered a brain injury from the accident.
Heng, who was unrepresented in court yesterday, cried as he pleaded for leniency and said the accident was unintentional.   (366 words)
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Online Cyclist hit by car at Jurong West zebra crossing, police investigating
By: FABIAN KOH,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  19/02/2018


In a Facebook post on the evening of the accident and later updated on Friday (Feb 16), a netizen who identified himself as the cyclist's son, Mr Tham Yiep Soon, wrote that an eye witness had provided him the dashboard camera footage of the accident. The clip was also posted on Facebook.   (282 words)
Online Prime mover driver gets 12 weeks' jail for accident that killed two cyclists
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  13/12/2018


Mr Ang Yee Fong, 25, was pronounced dead at the scene while Mr Ong Zi Quan, 18, died in hospital following the accident on Oct 27, 2016.

Their friend, Mr Marcus Loke Teck Soon, now 19, suffered injuries including a superficial abrasion on his left leg and a bruise on his lower back.   (406 words)
Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  15/10/2019
The three pedestrians pronounced dead at the scene of the accident in April last year were Mr Chua Cheng Thong, 86, his daughter Gina Chua Aye Wah, 58, and a family friend, Mr Yap Soon Huat, 63. LIANHE WANBAO FILE PHOTO Man charged with causing death by negligent driving | TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019 | THE STRAITS TIMES | HOME B7
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Article Accident victim was kind and helpful man, says relative
By: ESTHER KOH & LINETTE LAI,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  25/04/2018
The family and friends of Mr Yap Soon Huat, 63, who was killed when a lorry hit him and two others on Monday, say he was generous and loved to help others.
"He was always calm and kind," a relative, who spoke on behalf of the Yap family, told The Straits Times at his wake in Sengkang.   (165 words)
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Article Fine, driving ban for lorry driver in accident that killed 3
By: CHARMAINE NG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  15/10/2019

At around 9.30am, Xu was driving along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 towards Marymount Road when the vehicle ploughed into three pedestrians – Mr Chua Cheng Thong, 86, his daughter Gina Chua Aye Wah, 58, and a family friend, Mr Yap Soon Huat, 63.
All three were pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.   (366 words)
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