Tributes Pour in for 22YO Man Who Died After His Motorbike Skidded at Clementi


By now, you may have heard of the unfortunate motorcycle incident at Clementi that took the life of a 22-year-old man.

On 18 April, Ng Jun De was riding his motorcycle when it skidded, causing him to fall off the vehicle at a junction at Clementi Avenue 6.

Based on reports by Shin Min, Ng was travelling home via motorcycle on 18 April when he lost control of his motorcycle and skidded off it.

He sustained severe chest injuries during the accident, and was soon sent to the hospital to undergo emergency treatment.

Ng was the youngest of three sons, and his eldest brother Jonathan Ng spoke with Shin Min regarding the incident.

Jonathan Ng, 30, recalled how the family travelled to the hospital after learning that his youngest brother was in an accident, and that their family was “told to prepare for the worst”.

Unfortunately, Ng did not survive after being sent to a hospital in a coma.

Investigations are currently ongoing.

Ng Was Supposed to Begin Polytechnic Studies in August, Active in Community Work

Ng was supposed to enter polytechnic this year, with his school year commencing in August.

Jonathan Ng, who works in Human Resources, also fondly described his youngest sibling as “a little angel” who was well-liked among friends and family, and also brought up how Ng participated actively in community work as well.

Jonathan also mentioned how around 400 people attended Ng’s wake, a testament to how much people valued him in their lives.

According to Shin Min, their 81-year-old grandmother was also devastated over the passing of her grandson, who she said was incredibly caring and helpful towards others.

She also said that the last time she saw him was on the morning before the accident, and he had greeted her before leaving the house.

Jonathan also posted a heartfelt tribute to his brother, along with a collage of pictures dating back to their childhood and youth.

In the caption, he wrote, “I’m really blessed to be your KorKor (big brother).”


He also talked about how the past 22 years were way too short, and that “if God’s willing, [he] hopes that they will be brothers forever and ever!”

He concluded his post by saying, “Have a good rest now, spread your winds and soar up high, and join our beloved mummy in heaven (do send our love to her too).”

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Apart from his brother, Alex Yam, mayor of the north-west district and a Member of Parliament, took to Facebook on 19 April to honour Ng as well.

In his post, he revealed that Ng, like his other siblings, “all were inspired to serve by their late mother”.


Apart from that, Yam recounted how Ng had been working as a paramedic over the past few months to “lighten the family expenses and support himself”.

Describing how Ng had a “mature heart for service to the community”, Yam also offered his condolences to his family and expressed his sorrow over their loss.

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Featured Image: Facebook (Jonathan Ng + Alex Yam)