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Motorcyclist dies from injuries after colliding with car in Tampines

On Wednesday night at around 10:02 pm, the police were alerted to the accident.

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Singapore – On July 17 (Wednesday), a 24-year-old man was involved in an accident with a car in Tampines, however, did not survive the crash.

On Wednesday night at around 10:02 pm, the police were alerted to the accident involving a motorcycle and car that occurred at the junction of Tampines Street 32 and Tampines Avenue 2.

The police said that the motorcyclist was unconscious as he was taken to Changi General Hospital.

Unfortunately, the man succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.

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The 29-year-old driver of the vehicle has been arrested for causing death by a negligent act.

Police investigations are ongoing, and updates to the case will be posted.

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