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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Ferrari 599 GTO Crashes into Taxi and Motorcycle in Singapore, Claiming Three Lives

Car Crash: Three Killed in Singapore Ferrari 599 GTO Wreck

BY  ON MAY 13, 2012.

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Ferrari 599 GTO Wreck
News is filtering through of an accident involving a Ferrari 599 GTO that happened yesterday morning in Singapore. Three were killed and two others were injured when the Ferrari ran red light, struck a cab which then hit a motorbike. The accident happened at 4:15 AM on Saturday night near Bugis Junction.
The driver of the Ferrari, Ma Chi, a 31-year-old Chinese businessman died at the scene of the accident. Reports indicate that a 20-year-old Japanese tourist, passenger in the cab, died later of head injuries while the 51-year-old taxi driver, Cheng Teck Hock, died earlier today in hospital. The passenger in the Ferrari, a 20-year-old female, suffered head injuries while the motorbike rider was treated, a Malaysian man, suffered from spinal injuries.
Various pictures have been posted from the scene of the accident. Perhaps the most harrowing of all is a GIF image reportedly taken at the moment the accident happened. You can see that here, however, we must warn you it is graphic.
The story does not end here though, according to Temasektimes, witnesses report seeing a man stealing money from the taxi passenger. A Mr Lim told a Chinese Tabloid:
I saw a Chinese man in his 30s standing besides the woman who was still conscious and crying for help. There were six fifty dollars scattered on the ground near the woman. The man picked them up and walked away briskly.
Thanks to Alex for the tip and Jalopnik for the video.
Update:
The following video is graphic…
[Pictures via AsiaOne]

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http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_798699.html

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