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69-year-old woman knocked down in collision on the same day 6-year-old lost his life in tragic accident

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A 69-year-old pedestrian was conveyed to Singapore General Hospital after she was knocked down by a car at the junction of Lim Teck Kim Road and Tanjong Pagar Road, last Thursday (24 May). A six-year-old boy tragically lost his life in a collision involving a public bus at Choa Chu Kang, that same day.

An eyewitness known as Adrian recounted that the incident involving the elderly pedestrian occurred around 5pm that day and claims that a black car struck the woman after the driver made a right turn “without looking”.

A photo shared by Adrian shows the victim lying in the middle of the road as a man stands beside her and appears to be speaking on a mobile phone. The police have confirmed that investigations are ongoing.

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