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Widow of motorcyclist killed in accident appeals for witnesses




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The widow of a 33-year-old motorcyclist who died after an accident on Mar 3 morning at the junction of Hougang Avenue 8 and Hougang Avenue 2 is appealing for witnesses of the accident to come forward.
The police who are investigating the case said that they received a call on 3rd March 2016 at about 7.10am, informing them of an accident at the junction of Hougang Avenue 2 and Avenue 8.
“Two persons, aged 15 and 33, were conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where the 33-year-old motorcyclist subsequently succumbed to his injuries,” the police statement said.
The 15-year-old boy was a passenger in the car that was involved in the accident.
According to one witness who spoke to a local newspaper, the motorcyclist’s leg was stuck under the bike and there was a pool of blood beside him.
The police have arrested the 50-year-old driver for causing death by negligent act.
In the heartfelt appeal in her Facebook the widow of the biker, Caroline Chua, said:
“I’m the spouse of the victim involved in the accident on 3rd March 2016 @7.10am along Hougang Ave 8/2. My husband left behind with 2 kids age 7yo and 18months. I would really appreciate if someone who was driving on that morning witness the whole incident. Please come forward and explain the whole accident to the Traffic Police. If your car are equipped with the recorder, please help to submit the video clip to the TP. Your kind gesture would really be a great impact on my family and children. Thank you very much.”

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