Arbroath – The human cost of the horrific accident involving a Ferrari in the early morning hours of Saturday morning at the junction off Raffles Hospital in Bugis keeps mounting. Tai De Fu, the taxi driver involved in the three-vehicle crash, is the third person to die in the motor accident. The 52-year-old father of three had sustained a severe brain haemorrhage and died in the intensive care unit of the hospital at about 7pm on Sunday. The fatal accident on Saturday has already claimed two lives — the driver of the Ferrari himself and the passenger in the taxi, revealed to be a Japanese tourist in her 20s. Another two people — a motor-cycle rider in his 20s and a 20-something female passenger in the Ferrari were also injured. A spokesperson from the Singapore Civil Defence Force said they received a call at 4:17am notifying them of the accident, which involved a red Ferrari, a motorbike and a taxi. The Ferrari driver has been identified as 31-year-old Chinese businessman Ma Chi, who was pronounced dead on the scene.
I could crack some joke about Chinese drivers, but it really wouldn’t be funny since everybody Princess Died after this one. This has to be the unquestioned #1 hardest T-Bone in driving history. Nobody ever took a shot worse than that. This was like the crash scene in Death Proof, only instead of having murderous intent while driving a death-proof car, it was just some drunk Chinese businessman in Singapore driving a 200MPH piece of Italian plastic.