He tried to save his fiancé willingly against the flames, but his efforts were fruitless.
Launch World of Buzz on Monday (15/2/2021), the girl was named Malaysian-born Raybe Oh Siew Huey (26).
She struggled to save her lover, Jonathan Long (29), and her friends, until she suffered 80 percent burns all over her body.
According to reports The Straits TimesLong drove a white BMW sedan at high speed and then crashed into the front of a shophouse in Tanjong Pagar on Saturday (13/2/2021) at dawn.
Witnesses said the car caught fire seconds after the single accident occurred.
Raybe Oh was not in the car at the time. He immediately rushed to the scene of the crime to save his half who was trapped in the flames in a white BMW.
“He wanted to open the door and finally caught fire,” said Akira Chan, a friend in the group.
“She’s trying to save her fiancé,” added Chan.
But her boyfriend died at the scene with four male friends in the car.
The other four passengers named Eugene Yap (29), Gary Wong Hong Chieh (29), Elvin Tan Yong Hao (28), and Teo Qi Xiang (26).
The five victims were known to be linked through their work as financial advisors at Aviva Financial Advisers.
Information received Kompas.comIt is not yet known when the five people will be buried. The body is said to be still in SGH’s morgue.
Raybe Oh was conscious when he was rushed to SGH and is now in critical condition in the ICU.
The girl is rumored to be a former Singapore Airlines flight attendant and singer.
Born in Malaysia, Raybe Oh began to pursue voting at the age of 16 and then continued his studies at the Singapore polytechnic.
Chronology of fatal accidents
The accident in the middle of this Chinese New Year celebration occurred in the Tanjong Pagar area, a district in the heart of Singapore.
The location of the incident was precisely located in an antique shop (ruko) residential area which is also known as Singapore’s Koreatown.
The white BMW sedan crashed into the front of the shophouse on Jalan Tanjong Pagar No. 37 and then exploded in flames.
The shop that was hit was empty when the incident occurred. The shop house was previously occupied by a cafe called Five Oars Coffee Roaster.
The cafe said they had vacated the shop to move to a new location since January 29.
A number of netizens estimate the BMW speed is believed to be over 150 km / h, a figure that is clearly above the maximum speed limit in Singapore of 50 km / hour.
It is not yet known exactly what motive the driver of the car was driving recklessly with.
Residents living near the crime scene (TKP) said that 10 minutes before the accident, they heard the roar of a car speeding along the road.