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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives View Post
    from the video, it's very obvious the traffic light turned green from the taxi driver direction for a while.

    either ma chi was sleeping or drunk.
    This looks like reckless driving. Just have to wait a while for the report from the doctors on caused of death and another report that indicates any chemicals on the blood. Here they will know if its a drink driving case ie under the influence of alcohol.

    He cannot be sleeping, otherwise he could not travel at that kind of speed. Drunk.. possible. So there is one witness, the video man from another taxi. Very obvious case who is liable in this accident. ie party to be blamed. if alcohol is found on the blood sample of ferrari driver, presumption of law ie driving under the influence of alcohol may apply. Here then the car insurance may not pay..





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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post


    so i can call my friend's girlfriend a KTV lounge hostess too even though i know she's a student and i know her pretty well too eh?

    so a girl has noright to dress in hot pants, spaghetti straps and sit in a Ferrari, Porsche or Lamborghini?

    why, many of our young singaporean females do that too! are they night club hostesses too? your girlfriends and wives who dress like sityour very same car could be hostess

    i suggest you guys check your gals' backgrounds
    It won't be too difficult to know if that student is moonlighting as hostess ......As for her rights to dtess scantily, she had given them up the minute she stepped into Ferrari with the alledged drunk driver .........
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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    that is a link to another forum with a link to an article which doesn't prove anything.

    all that's stated in it is that her friends said no, and it also contains a paragraph that mentions that the rumors of drunk driving and being a hostess were spread by the Shin Min daily and other CHINESE Tabloids

    my friend who passed away was made to look like a playboy and a despot for girls and sex in an article about his death, when he definitely wasn't.

    if you want to trust a tabloid that's known for making up stories, be my guest.
    Didn't know you know the driver personally, so firstly condolences to you.

    I guess many Singaporean, including myself, are furious because of the manner the accident happens. I don't want to speculate whether he was drunk, and am not interested in whether the lady is hostess or student since she is well now. All we know is the Ferrari is flying like a bullet, and he was beating the red light and to be honest, there's more than sufficient time for him to do an e-brake when the lights turned red, because it probably did when he was far far away from the junction, a few hundred meters at least. The lack of apology and unapologetic behavior of the family is what most of us cannot tolerate. These are facts, and nothing will change these facts.

    I read the Shin Min with pinch of salt, but I trust what I see on the video. Hopefully, the dead's families will be successful in sueing Ma's estate for damages inflicted to the family, and I can tell you, we are all behind the victims.

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    Think about this...

    The great Sichuan earthquake occurred in the early hours of 12 May 2008. A huge amount of money was subsequently dispensed by the China govt from donations from all around the world but a large amount of the money was misappropriated and lost before it could reached the victims.
    Fast forward 4 years... an earth shaking car crash occurred at Bugis Junction involving a speeding limited edition Ferrari which was driven by a filthy rich and 'self-made' millionaire PRC who was rumored to be the brother of a fugitive Chinese Mafia boss Ma Jing from ChongQin, in the early hours of 12 May 2012 exactly 4 years to the date of the Sichuan earthquake.

    Is this a coincidence or just Karma ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat
    Think about this...

    The great Sichuan earthquake occurred in the early hours of 12 May 2008. A huge amount of money was subsequently dispensed by the China govt from donations from all around the world but a large amount of the money was misappropriated and lost before it could reached the victims.
    Fast forward 4 years... an earth shaking car crash occurred at Bugis Junction involving a speeding limited edition Ferrari which was driven by a filthy rich and 'self-made' millionaire PRC who was rumored to be the brother of a fugitive Chinese Mafia boss Ma Jing from ChongQin, in the early hours of 12 May 2012 exactly 4 years to the date of the Sichuan earthquake.

    Is this a coincidence or just Karma ?
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    Btw, some countries r doing illegal trading n no 1 admits even with video as prove. If those countries got natural disasters, not a cent from me. I feels that its a punishment from 'top'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat
    Think about this...

    The great Sichuan earthquake occurred in the early hours of 12 May 2008. A huge amount of money was subsequently dispensed by the China govt from donations from all around the world but a large amount of the money was misappropriated and lost before it could reached the victims.
    Fast forward 4 years... an earth shaking car crash occurred at Bugis Junction involving a speeding limited edition Ferrari which was driven by a filthy rich and 'self-made' millionaire PRC who was rumored to be the brother of a fugitive Chinese Mafia boss Ma Jing from ChongQin, in the early hours of 12 May 2012 exactly 4 years to the date of the Sichuan earthquake.

    Is this a coincidence or just Karma ?
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    From the video, I think he was an astronaut flying the new North Korean space rocket and mis-landed here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    Is this the news article?
    [ The police found no evidence that PRC Ferrari driver Ma Chi (马驰) has consumed any alcohol in the night before the fatal accident in Bugis, said a police spokesperson to the media.

    Ma was suspected of drink-driving and crashing his Ferrari into a Comfort Delgro taxi at a junction between Rochor Road and Victoria Street in the early hours of last Saturday morning, killing him on the spot.

    The Singaporean cabby 52 year old Cheng Teck Hock and his Japanese passenger Shigemi Ito died later of their injuries in hospital.

    The police claimed it ran blood tests on Ma Chis blood taken at the scene of the accident and confirm that it did not contain any substances which can cause him to become drunk.

    The findings seem to contradict an earlier report by The New Paper claiming that Ma Chi reeked of alcohol when his body was extricated from his wrecked Ferrari. ]
    (Found no evidence) does not mean he was not drunk. It means they could not find evidence that he was drunk.

    Running blood tests on Ma Chis blood taken at the scene of the accident may or may not be a scientifically sound basis to confirm conclusively.
    If they chose not to take the blood sample from the body of the deceased but instead chose to take the blood sample from the scene of the accident, then it does not make any sense at all.
    His blood was spilled all over the car and street. Whatever alcohol substances his spilled blood may have contained could have evaporated or be contaminated.

    There could be witnesses to the New Paper report to substantiate the body was reeking of alcohol.

    If the checking is thorough enough, they could easily run a check with all the major KTVs and nightclubs to check where Ma Chi entertained himself and whether he drank in the KTV/night club. If he paid with a credit card at the KTV/nightclub, it is a solid electronic record with date time stamp.
    Other KTV guests could also be witnesses that he was there and whether he drank. A big spender like that would be known.

    CCTV records of the KTV/nightclub car parks will also show the license plate number of the Ferrari at that date-time.

    But judging from this news article, it looks like they want to let it go and everyone pretend to be stupid. Perhaps we don't want to know and let the matter be quickly forgotten. Next week something else will big news.
    would think that the police forensics people would run the blood alcohol test from blood drawn from the body rather than from the scene... blood from the scene could be contaminated by any number of things and by any number of people...

    the "reeking of alcohol" could be from his clothes and where he came from to pick the passenger up, or could be from the passenger herself... a person doesn't have to drink to reek of alcohol... that is assuming the scent the supposed witnesses cited by TNP smelt was from the driver rather than from the vehicle or the passenger...

    ultimately, the state coroner will give a report on the whole accident, so it's not like this matter would be swept under the carpet, if there are even people who want to sweep it under the carpet... give them time...

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    Didn't know you know the driver personally, so firstly condolences to you.

    I guess many Singaporean, including myself, are furious because of the manner the accident happens. I don't want to speculate whether he was drunk, and am not interested in whether the lady is hostess or student since she is well now. All we know is the Ferrari is flying like a bullet, and he was beating the red light and to be honest, there's more than sufficient time for him to do an e-brake when the lights turned red, because it probably did when he was far far away from the junction, a few hundred meters at least. The lack of apology and unapologetic behavior of the family is what most of us cannot tolerate. These are facts, and nothing will change these facts.

    I read the Shin Min with pinch of salt, but I trust what I see on the video. Hopefully, the dead's families will be successful in sueing Ma's estate for damages inflicted to the family, and I can tell you, we are all behind the victims.
    oh sorry.

    to be exact. it was a different case. my friend was the guy who fell off the construction at the PSA port. haha i know it sounds like it was my friend who passed away

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    Only the Ferrari passenger Ms Wu Wei Wei is alive out of the 4. She is of greatest interest.
    The chance of death in this crash (can be 160kph) is very high and yet she escaped with a fractured leg.
    For an alleged Red Card night club hostess, her face is her fortune. She is lucky not to be disfigured.

    The crash was strong enough to tear off the taxi engine and throw it 30 meters down the street.
    Obviously she was wearing a seat belt. Otherwise she would have been thrown through the Ferrari windscreen like a catapult into the taxi or if the taxi metal body is not blocking her path, she would be thrown across the street 50 meters like a rag doll. The broken windscreen would cut her face to pieces.

    When car manufacturers test their cars for crash simulation, they use dummies wired to measuring instruments.
    This can only do so much. There is a limit.
    Dummies are...DUMMIES. They cannot react like a human being.

    A human is not a crash dummy. When a human in a car knows that he is facing an impending hard crash, he will naturally do something and just react.
    He may:
    tense up
    turn to left
    turn to right
    crouch up in natal posture
    any other action researchers have not thought of

    Whatever it is, this action was able to save her from a super crash. Not many people can survive such a crash and live to talk about it. We must find out how and why. So that others can benefit.

    This is where our Traffic Police and Ferrari research engineers can tap her for greater knowledge. Ask her for details of how she reacted. What position she took before the impact.

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    On another aspect, she is very lucky. This is the cosmological part.
    What lucky charm or amulet or "fu" was she wearing. There are amulets that protect you from accidents. Some readers may say it is nonsense. Only those who have been saved and survived potentially fatal accidents will know what I am talking about. So no need to convince anyone here. If you don't believe, please carry on.

    The passenger and driver of the left-most car that did not drive forward quickly are also lucky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    On another aspect, she is very lucky. This is the cosmological part.
    What lucky charm or amulet or "fu" was she wearing. There are amulets that protect you from accidents. Some readers may say it is nonsense. Only those who have been saved and survived potentially fatal accidents will know what I am talking about. So no need to convince anyone here. If you don't believe, please carry on.

    The passenger and driver of the left-most car that did not drive forward quickly are also lucky.
    The other MOST lucky guy was the jaywalker crossing Victoria St before the green man appeared. He was visible in the video. Had he crossed at the green man he IS a goner. He may be the best witness to the whole incident if the police can get to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    On another aspect, she is very lucky. This is the cosmological part.
    What lucky charm or amulet or "fu" was she wearing. There are amulets that protect you from accidents. Some readers may say it is nonsense. Only those who have been saved and survived potentially fatal accidents will know what I am talking about. So no need to convince anyone here. If you don't believe, please carry on.

    The passenger and driver of the left-most car that did not drive forward quickly are also lucky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shierwin View Post
    The other MOST lucky guy was the jaywalker crossing Victoria St before the green man appeared. He was visible in the video. Had he crossed at the green man he IS a goner. He may be the best witness to the whole incident if the police can get to him.
    This shows how far the Ferrari was to the traffic light, because as seen in the video, he was taking his own sweet time to cross the road then.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowmera View Post
    Yes i agree don't judge a person by their dressing. That Ferrari female passenger may be a real student dressed sexily but u never know! I doubt she is a 100% real student! I have seen students who dress like virgins/innocent village girls/conservative/milk maids... whatever but after they obtain their student passes, their fashion sense changed! Or izzit they finally realized SG is humid so they need lesser clothes?
    But i've also seen our local students whether from Poly or Unis dressed such way!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shierwin View Post
    The other MOST lucky guy was the jaywalker crossing Victoria St before the green man appeared. He was visible in the video. Had he crossed at the green man he IS a goner. He may be the best witness to the whole incident if the police can get to him.
    I missed out this guy. Lucky to break the rules and jay walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    I missed out this guy. Lucky to break the rules and jay walk.
    Haha not sure if he will be willing to be witness, since he will likely be fined lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowc View Post
    To be fair, there are some really nice PRCs which i considered as friends. However, i agree with you that some are taking our beloved homeland for granted. Just yesterday, I heard one PRC lady condemning Singapore at a kopitiam.....make my blood boiled.
    Haa...I also heard alot of Singaporean condemning about Singapore at kopitiam too

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoProZero

    But i've also seen our local students whether from Poly or Unis dressed such way!!!
    LoL... How else will they score good grades

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    Quote Originally Posted by shierwin View Post
    The other MOST lucky guy was the jaywalker crossing Victoria St before the green man appeared. He was visible in the video. Had he crossed at the green man he IS a goner. He may be the best witness to the whole incident if the police can get to him.
    I think I caught him look left and right to check clear before crossing. I feel this is the most important action before crossing, even when the green man is on. I remembered when I started driving, I get distracted by traffic lights as Singapore roads has sometimes 2 or 3 traffic lights on a straight road. When I am looking far ahead, I missed the traffic light nearer to me. Luckily, the green man just came on and I am in the outest most lane, else I would have ran into a crowd of pedestrians.

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