Man dies in Ferrari accident in Bugis

A man died and four others persons were injured in a car accident Saturday morning at the junction off Raffles Hospital in Bugis.

A spokesperson from the Singapore Civil Defence Force said they received a call at 4:17am notifying them of the accident, which involved a Ferrari, a motorbike and a taxi.

The Ferrari driver, a Chinese male in his 30s, was pronounced dead on arrival.

His passenger, a female in her 20s, suffered from head injuries and was sent to Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH).

The taxi driver, a Chinese male in his 40s, was conscious when the ambulance arrived at 4:22a.m. He complained of drowsiness and was sent to TTSH.

His passenger, however, suffered from more serious injuries. A Chinese female in her 20s, she was unconscious when the ambulance arrived.

She was sent to Singapore General Hospital for treatment.

The motorbike rider, a male Malay in his 20s, suffered from spinal injuries and was sent to TTSH as well.

SCDF dispatched two fire engines and four ambulances.

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