TEEN NS BOY ADMITTED TO DRIVING OVER 100KM/H IN CARPARK, CAUSING GRIEVOUS HURT TO ANOTHER DRIVER

Dear A.S.S. Editor

The teenager who was widely condemned for his actions in driving a Nissan GTR at high speed at the Singapore Indoor Stadium carpark last year, admitted that he had done so, and pleaded guilty to charges of hurting another driver.

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His Nissan GTR ended up hitting contractor Teong Hien Sing's car. Teong suffered broken ribs. Herman Shi Ximu, now 19, is a full time national serviceman, who had just got his licence 5 months before the accident. He apparently had gone to a nearby motoring event on that day.

At aorund 5:45 pm, he stopped his car at one end of the carpark before rapidly accelerating. He was estimated to have been driving at speeds between 104 km/h and 121 km/h at the carpark.

Apart from 2 broken ribs, Teong also suffered degenerative changes to his spine, and subdural haemotoma, which is a collection of blood between the covering of the brain and brain surface. He had since removed the haemotoma via surgery.

Dominic Ong

A.S.S. Contributor

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