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Malaysian motorcyclist hit by local bus pleads for help to “call my boss, tell her I’ll be late”

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A Malaysian who works in Singapore was involved in a collision with a bus here as he was riding his motorcycle to work on Monday (5 Mar) along PIE towards Tuas, after Stevens Road.

According to a fellow motorcyclist, Razali Raihayu, who stopped to help the 35-year-old victim, the badly injured victim took out a mobile phone, dialled a number and pleaded with Razali to help him notify his boss that he will be late to work:

“His first words to me, ‘Bang, please help me to call my boss, tell her I will be late’. Looking at him, I was like, ‘Bro, you are going to be late for few months!’”

https://youtu.be/VxlgUNY7YCU

This is not the first time Malaysians working in Singapore have been injured during rush hours at Singapore expressways.

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Last July, the plight of two Malaysian Certis Cisco officers especially tugged at the heartstrings of many locals after they became critically injured following a particularly brutal motorcycle accident on the SLE:

https://theindependent.sg.sg/still-critical-accident-victims-of-graphic-motorcycle-car-collision-identified-as-malaysian-certis-cisco-officers/

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