Team Singapore sepak takraw player in hospital after accident
National sepak takraw player Muhammad Azreen Sairudin, 25, is in Tan Tock Seng Hospital after he was involved in an accident in the early hours of Sunday morning.
He was traveling on the Seletar Expressway in the direction of the Central Expressway when the motorcycle he was riding met with an accident with a car.
It is unclear how the accident happened.
The New Paper understands that Azreen was riding the motorcycle, while his younger brother, aged 21, was riding pillion.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force said they conveyed two men to Tan Tock Seng Hospital after they received a call at 2.55am on Sunday morning (June 7).
One of the men sustained a fracture to his left arm, while the other suffered a chest injury.
Police said the younger man, aged 21, later died from his injuries.
Investigations are ongoing.
Azreen is part of the sepak takraw team that is representing Singapore in the 28th SEA Games. The team is due to play Indonesia at 11am tomorrow (June 8), then Thailand at 5pm on the same day. TNP understands Azreen was meant to play in tomorrow's matches.
Read the full report in our print edition on June 8.
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