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Two Malaysians seriously injured after crashing into stationary car in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Two Malaysians were seriously injured when their motorcycle crashed into the back of a car which had stalled on Seletar Expressway on Monday morning, the Straits Times reported.
The victims Danny Raj Muniappan, 24, and his pillion rider, R. L. Trivikram, 21, had just ended their shift at the Changi Airport, where they work as Certis Cisco officers, and were heading towards the Woodlands Checkpoint when the accident happened around at 10.30am.
A video of the accident, which showed the two Malaysians being flung off a green motorcycle after they crashed into the stationary white sedan on the highway, had become viral on social media.
In the video, the boot of the car was seen open, with the hazard lights turned on.
According to the report, the two victims were taken to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital with severe injuries.
Danny’s father, Muniappan Govindaraju, said the two are good friends and rent a home together in Johor Baru.
In the report, Muniappan said doctors told him that his son suffered a ruptured bladder, a fractured pelvic bone and lost a lot of blood. He also broke his left arm and left leg, in two places each, and has been unconscious since Monday’s accident.
Trivikram also suffered a fractured pelvic bone and a broken leg. He has been in and out of consciousness and has not been able to speak. Both are still warded in the intensive care unit.
Danny is the youngest of three children and has been working in Singapore for about five years.
According to his father, he bought the motorcycle six months ago and used it to commute between Malaysia and Singapore.
Certis Cisco said it will extend help to them and their families.
“Some of our staffs have visited them at the hospital and we will keep in close contact with them for updates on our officers’ injuries,” said Benny Lim, senior vice president and head of Certis Cisco aviation security.

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