Photos: The Straits Times, Shin Min Daily News, Omy.sg, Lianhe Wanbao, Tan Tock Seng
Details of the female passenger who was in the Ferrari that crashed at the junction of Rochor Road and Victoria Street have surfaced. She is described as having long, dyed hair, and was clad in hot pants and a white spaghetti-strap tank top.
While the identity of the mystery woman has yet to be established, news reports say she is a young woman from China in her 20s, and she suffered serious injuries from the crash, including head injuries and a fractured right leg.
Motorcyclist Muhamad Azami Awang, 26, who was involved in the accident says he was surprised to see the woman emerge from the wrecked car.
He described the woman as having long hair which was dyed brown like an 'ah lian'. He added that she was slim and fair skinned, and was wearing hot pants and a white spaghetti-strap tank top. She was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, and is reportedly out of danger.
The woman is believed to be working at well-known nightclub here.
In the wee hours of Saturday (May 12) morning, a Ferrari hit a taxi which in turn hit a motorcycle at Rochor Road. So far, three are reported dead, and footage of another taxi's camera shows the Ferrari driver beat the red light.
The clip also reveals that at least eight lucky people escaped the horrific accident by just seconds.
The Ferrari driver was Mr Ma Chi, 31, a businessman who came from China a few years ago. He was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
The taxi driver, 52-year-old Mr Cheng Teck Hock, was pronounced brain dead and passed away at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. He was the sole breadwinner of his family, and is survived by his wife and three children.
A Japanese woman who was a passenger in the taxi succumbed to her injuries and died at the Singapore General Hospital on Saturday, May 12, the same day the crash happened.
Motorcyclist Mr Muhammad Najib Ghazali, 26, was admitted to hospital with a spinal injury
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.