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Woman in coma stage after being knocked down by Malaysian biker – children appeal for witnesses




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Jeff Joseph Lim and Lim Kuei Mei are appealing for eyewitnesses or video evidence of an accident that occurred on 31st May 2017, around 8.15am-8.30am, along Upper Thomson Rd heading towards Lornie Rd, before Sin Ming Ave. The accident victim, their mother, is in a coma stage claimed the duo.

“My mum was knocked down by a Malaysia Biker in that accident, and she is currently under sedation in ICU seeking treatment, therefore she couldn’t give her statement to the Traffic Police,” they said in their appeal.

Adding: “We are seeking any footage that captured the incident to help us know what actually happened, to aid any investigation needed.”

Anyone with information or video information may contact the investigation officer at 65476433. 

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