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Chinese newspaper Lianhe Zaobao reported that a garbage disposal truck almost drove off with a dead body on top of it. The incident happened today (21 Mar) morning at Block 450F Tampines Street 42.

An eyewitness who spoke to the newspaper said that he looked out of the window when he heard a loud noise and saw the body on top of the truck. The body had a pool of blood at his head. Zaobao reported that the man must have fallen from a height.

The eyewitness said that by the time he ran down, the truck had moved away. The witness caught up with the driver about 50 metres away, at Block 450G. He said that the driver appeared shaken when he realised that a man had crashed on the roof of his vehicle, and repeatedly said that he had nothing to do with it.

The newspaper reported that the truck driver was instructed to drive back to Block 450F before commencing their investigations and that they have classified the case as one of unnatural death.Follow us on Social Media

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