A 41-year-old male cyclist who was reportedly cycling along Seletar North Link allegedly lost control over his bicycle and fell on his head face down on the night of March 22.
In a post shared by a member of Singapore Cycling Community it was mentioned that “A tragedy happened on Tuesday night at 9.50pm where a cyclist lost his control and fell on his head face down. The casualty passed away from the fall”.
The member further wrote “There are gravels along the stretch of road due to heavy construction tucks travelling along this route in recent years”.
In response to media query, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it received a call for assistance at around 9.55pm and conveyed one person to Sengkang General Hospital. The police, who received a call for assistance at 10.06pm said that the man was unconscious when taken to hospital and subsequently pronounced dead.
Here’s what the community member Terry Lim wrote and reminded everyone to ride safely along the road of Seletar and TMCR.
“It was subsequently established that the man had died of natural causes,” a police spokesman told the media.
Cycling Community Members response on the incident :
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