The Japanese taxi passenger involved in the Rochor crash that involved a Ferrari, a taxi and a motorcycle early on Saturday, May 11, has been identified.
She is Ms Shigemi Ito, believed to be in her 20s and was living and working in Singapore. She had succumbed to her injuries and died at the Singapore General Hospital on Saturday, May 12, the same day the crash happened.
According to a report in The Straits Times, staff from the Japanese Embassy here had been in contact with her parents and helped the family collect her body from the hospital on Monday.
Her parents and brother were seen at a funeral parlour in Sin Ming Drive on Monday where the wake was being held. A man who identified himself as Mr Thio was also seen at the wake.
A man by the name of T.C. Thio had also apparently sent SMSes to Ms Ito's friends informing them of the wake.
Ferrari driver Ma Chi, 31, a private investor from Sichuan, was pronounced dead at the scene. Cabby Cheng Teck Hock, 52, died on Sunday around 7pm at Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
Motorcyclist Mr Muhammad Najib Ghazali, 26, was admitted to hospital with a spinal injury while the mystery female Ferrari passenger in her 20s was admitted to the hospital with a head injury.
Video footage of the accident has since emerged, which shows the Ferrari driver had sped through the red light. It also shows that at least eight lucky people around the crash site escaped by just seconds.
The accident area, a notorious 'black spot', has seen seven accidents in the past two weeks.
Police investigations are ongoing, and they request that eye-witnesses to the accident call its hotline at 1800-5471818.