In the late hours of January 21, chaos unfolded on Farrer Road as a grey Honda car crashed into another vehicle, leaving behind a scene of wreckage and a fleeing trio. This incident sheds light on the alarming issue of hit-and-run cases, emphasizing the need for awareness and community cooperation.
The Crash Scene
The aftermath on Farrer Road was captured in photos posted on social media, revealing a crumpled Honda with its license plate on the ground. The shocking image of a machete in the driver’s footwell added a sinister element to the already unsettling situation.
Promptly notified at approximately 10:25 pm, the police, along with the Singapore Civil Defence Force, responded to the hit-and-run case. The 61-year-old male car driver was rushed to the National University Hospital, underscoring the severity of the collision.
Suspects on the Run
In a disturbing turn of events, the other car’s driver and two passengers fled the scene, prompting an intensive effort by the police to trace and apprehend them. The motives behind their escape remain unclear, adding an air of mystery to the ongoing investigations.
As police investigations continue, the urgency of finding the suspects is evident. The legal consequences for hit-and-run offenses make it imperative to bring those responsible to justice, ensuring accountability for their actions.