The Singapore Police Force said on 22 June the woman who was killed in an accident on 20 June at Ang Mo Kio, was hit by several vehicles which included a Transcab taxi and a Tower Transit bus.
A 53-year-old male bus driver was arrested for careless driving causing death.
The accident was initially described as involving a taxi and a pedestrian but investigations have since revealed that in fact, multiple vehicles were involved in the accident.
However, only the Transcab taxi driver remained at the site of the accident despite there being several vehicles involved.
The other drivers were tracked down by investigators, with the bus driver being arrested at another location.
Tower Transit said that the bus captain involved has been suspended, and they have reached out to the deceased’s family to offer their apology and condolences, and to provide assistance.
A 67-year-old male taxi driver and another 58-year-old private car driver are assisting the police with their investigations.
Shin Min Daily News reported on 21 June that the woman was dragged on the road after being hit, with a pool of blood being seen about 20 metres away from the police tent covering her dead body.
The police said that they have yet to establish which vehicle hit the woman first.