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JUST IN: Shocking car collision allegedly occurs at Woodlands Ave 12

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A 30-year-old motorcyclist, Khairman Mohamed Sabari, was killed tonight after a car jumped into the opposite lane after mounting the central divider, landing directly on him. Another motorcyclist who was riding behind him was injured, along with the occupants of the car – a male driver, female passenger and a one-year-old infant.

The accident occurred at the junction of Woodlands Ave 12 and Ave 1.

A video of the horrifying accident has been circulating online. Viewer discretion is advised:

Warning: GraphicFatal accident at Woodlands Ave 12. RIP. Deepest condolences to the victim's family.

Posted by ROADS.sg on Monday, 7 August 2017

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Paramedics pronounced Khairman dead at the scene, while the adult victims were taken to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. The baby was conveyed to KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

A video of the aftermath was also uploaded online:

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