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Motorcyclist in apparent hit-and-run
Mr Kelvin Seo , a 29-year-old accounts manager at MyRepublic, was injured in an apparent hit-and-run accident involving his Kymco motorcycle and a car on the Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE) towards Woodlands on Wednesday night.
A witness, Mr Asrin Abas, said: "I saw him fall like a crash dummy, rolling and making several turns before landing two lanes away. Thankfully, the vehicles behind were not speeding, otherwise Mr Seo might have lost his life. He is very lucky."
Another witness said the car drove off after the accident. The police said investigations are ongoing and they have yet to confirm if it was a hit-and-run accident.
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When he saw a man he knew in prison drinking in a Geylang coffee shop, he accused the man of being a "hantu". (Malay for ghoset but is also prison slang for someone who's untrustworthy and an informer)
Odd-job labourer Jamsari Yusof, 51, was angry with Mr Gunasekaran Rengasamy, 43, for reporting him to a supervisor in Changi Prison.
A fight broke out, during which Jamsari fatally stabbed Mr Gunasekaran with a foldable knife.
Jamsari was jailed for 12 years yesterday after pleading guilty to culpable homicide not amounting to murder.
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