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E-scooter rider charged with causing death of cyclist in Bedok

E-scooter rider charged with causing death of cyclist in Bedok

11.11.2019

E-scooter rider charged with causing death of cyclist in Bedok

SINGAPORE: An electric scooter rider involved in a fatal collision with a cyclist in Bedok was charged on Monday (Nov 11) with causing the death ...

Hung Kee Boon, 20, was also given two other charges under the Active Mobility Act for riding an unregistered and non-compliant device.

He is accused of causing the death of Madam Ong Bee Eng on the cycling path near Block 539, Bedok North Street 3 by committing a rash act not amounting to culpable homicide.

According to charge sheets, his e-scooter weighed 44.2kg and had a 725mm-long handle bar, in contravention of the Active Mobility Act.

He was released on bail of S$15,000, and the judge adjourned the case to Nov 25.

and should not have been used on public paths as it exceeded the prescribed weight and width limit.

Read more: CNA

Good! Going to be jailed. Life long lesson for you, plonker. Pissing in his pants now. BanPMD in Singapore

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