GF of Guy Who Died in Tanjong Pagar Crash, Raybe Oh Siew Huey, Back in Hospital for Surgery; Thanked Everyone for the Kind Messages

Just yesterday (25 Nov), reports emerged that Ms Raybe Oh Siew Huey, the girlfriend of the driver who perished in the horror crash in Tanjong Pagar early this year, had been discharged in June, four months after the accident.

In an attempt to save her boyfriend, Ms Oh ran towards the flaming car and ended up suffering severe burns on 80% of her body.

Four other men, who were in the car at the time, ended up dying too.

Unfortunately, Ms Oh has to go back to the hospital, and may stay there for quite some time.

GF of Guy Who Died in Tanjong Pagar Crash, Raybe Oh Siew Huey, Back in Hospital for Surgery; Thanked Everyone for the Kind Messages

In a post on Instagram, Ms Oh revealed that she has returned to the hospital, and will be warded for a month.

She also expressed her gratitude for all the kind messages she has received.

Image: Instagram (raybeohhhh)

Speaking to The Straits TimesMs Oh said she has returned to Singapore General Hospital (SGH) for surgery.

The burns she suffered in her attempt to save her boyfriend were so serious that she had to be in the intensive care unit for more than a week. She was then moved to a high dependency ward.

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Staying Positive 

It’s now been nine months since the fatal accident, and Ms Oh appears to be in better spirits; after being inactive on social media for six months, she started sharing pictures of her meals at various eateries on her Instagram page in September.


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Her friends have also said that she has remained positive, though she needs time and space to heal.

More Road Dividers to be Installed at Tanjong Pagar Road by the End of the Year

The tragic accident, which claimed five lives, has prompted the authorities to take action.

In September, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said Tanjong Pagar Road will have more road safety features by the end of the year.

This includes more road dividers along the road, as well as traffic lights and pedestrian crossings at the intersection between Tanjong Pagar Road and Tras Link.

Additionally, the authorities have suggested adding more cameras and speed bumps in the area, which will help slow traffic down.

Even though the road is not an accident-prone site, it grabbed all the headlines at the time as it had the highest number of people killed in a single traffic accident in the past decade.

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Featured Image: Facebook (Michael Tay Photography) & Instagram (raybeohhhh)