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25-year-old S’pore police national serviceman dies in fatal bike accident, sister appeals for witnesses

She also urged motorists to stay safe on the road.

Tanya Ong | January 15, 01:16 pm

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On Jan. 12, 25-year-old Muhammad Musharraf Bin Abdul Razak left his home and never returned.

Tragic accident

According to a Facebook post by a woman claiming to be his sister, Salimah Rk, she said that Musharraf had been involved in a tragic motorcycle accident.

He apparently left home on Jan. 12 at around 9:38pm, and passed away on Jan. 13 at 12:02am.

Salimah RK/FB

She is appealing for eyewitnesses to the accident, and left her contact number for anyone who wishes to reach out with information.

Urged riders and drivers to be safe

In her post, she wrote that Musharraf, who was her elder brother, was like a father figure to her and her siblings.

She also urged riders and drivers to be safe on the road.

After all, everyone has “loved ones waiting” for them at home.

In the Facebook profile that Salimah claimed belonged to Musharraf, there were photos of him in a police officer’s uniform, including one where he is seen standing beside a Special Operations Command vehicle.

Hernandez Arraf/FB
Salimah RK/FB
Salimah RK/FB

In response to Mothership’s queries, the police said they were alerted to an accident involving a lorry and a motorcycle along PIE on Jan. 12.

A 26-year-old male driver was arrested for drink driving.

This is their full statement:

On 12 January 2020 at 10:09pm, the Police were alerted to an accident involving a lorry and a motorcycle along PIE towards Tuas, after Upper Jurong Road exit. The 25-year-old male motorcyclist was conscious when conveyed to National University Hospital, where he later died from his injuries on 13 January 2020. The 26-year-old male driver was arrested for drink-driving and dangerous driving causing death. Police investigations are ongoing.

This is her Facebook post:

Top photo via Salimah RK, Hernandez Arraf /FB

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