35YO Man Found to be Driver of Car That Killed Delivery Rider After All 3 Suspects Denied Being the Driver


In a not-so-surprising update of the Choa Chu Kang accident that happened on 27 September, whereby a food delivery rider on an e-bike was killed in a car crash and all three people in the car, aged between 32 to 35 years old, denied being the driver, it’s now revealed that the police have identified the driver, and it’s a 35-year-old man.

Back then, all three people, a woman and two men, were arrested for alleged careless and drunk driving.

The three of them are now also assisting with investigations for the alleged offences of giving any information that a person knows to be false to a public servant and of intentionally obstructing the course of justice.

In other words, lying to the police.

What Happened

The accident occurred at Choa Chu Kang Avenue 1 at 11:23pm on 27 September.

The 28-year-old foodpanda rider was on an e-bike when the car crashed into him. He was taken to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital while unconscious, and unfortunately died later.

Videos posted on social media showed a food delivery bag in the middle of the road, while a few people surrounded the rider and his bike. The rider was lying motionless on the road in a pool of blood.


A red Toyota with a broken windshield could also be seen at the accident site.

Image: Shin Min Daily News, Facebook

foodpanda has shared that the man was not making a delivery when the accident occurred.

“We are deeply saddened to hear about the accident, and urge everyone to obey traffic rules and exercise extra caution for the safety of all road users,” said foodpanda.

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According to Shin Min Daily News, there was a mobile phone case, water bottle, glasses, and wireless earphones scattered at the site of the accident.

Image: Shin Min Daily News

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