Taiwanese model dies in car crash at ECP

May 6, 2014

SINGAPORE – The second sufferer who died in a deadly automotive crash alongside the East Coast Parkway on the Marine Vista exit on Thursday morning is reportedly a 24-yr-previous Taiwanese mannequin named Chen Ren-Yi.

According to reviews in The New Paper and Lianhe Wanbao, Ms Chen was within the entrance-seat of the white Volkswagen GTI that had hit a barrer earlier than crashing into a big tree. She died on the spot.

The 33-yr-previous driver, Mr Jamie Ho – director of publishing agency Magazines Integrated – was the opposite sufferer who died within the accident.

Four rear-seat passengers – three ladies aged 24, 26 and 29, and a 25-yr-previous man – have been injured.

A report in The New Paper states that there was no obituary photograph to accompany Ms Chen’s casket at Sin Ming Drive on Saturday night time and that her last journey in Singapore was “a muted affair”, with about 10 colleagues and buddies who got here to pay their final respects earlier than continuing to the Mandai Crematorium and Columbarium.

According to the paper, Ms Chen had simply returned to Singapore on April 20 after going again to Taipei for about three weeks.

Ms Chen, who goes by the English identify Murphy, was additionally the lead vocalist in singing group Again and Again, reported Lianhe Wanbao, and was comparatively nicely-recognized within the modelling business in Taiwan.

One of her pals informed the Chinese night every day that Ms Chen, who has an older brother, had been waitressing after she returned from Taiwan. The New Paper reported that she was working at a membership right here.

Her father, who arrived in Singapore on Saturday afternoon, informed The New Paper via a consultant that he’s sure his daughter and Mr Ho weren’t courting, stating that his daughter had a boyfriend again in Taiwan.

Mr Fadah Hsieh from the Taipei Representative Office in Singapore, was with Ms Chen’s father on the Mandai Crematorium and Columbarium yesterday.


Taiwanese model dies in car crash at ECP
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