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A woman caught in a burning wreck at Tanjong Pagar returns to the hospital

A woman trying to save her boyfriend from a horrific car accident that killed five people is back today for a long stay in the hospital.

Nine months after her hero gained public attention, Raybe Oh Siew Huey suffered severely last night at a Tanjong Pagar shophouse trying to pull her fiancé and four other male passengers away from a burning car. Announced that he will be hospitalized for a month to undergo surgery for his burns.

“Thank you for your kind message. I’m back at the hospital again. I’m planning to stay for a month this time,” she wrote.

Ah, who suffered severe burns to 80% of his body, was placed in the ward in the intensive care unit after the accident and was discharged in June. She did not identify the nature of the procedure she was taking, but only about half of the young people survived extensive burns.

Security footage from the morning of February 13 showed that 26-year-old Oh was sprinting into a fiery BMW after colliding with a building and igniting.

She is believed to have photographed five companions driving at dangerously high speeds as stunts when they hit a building at 200 kph or higher.

She was the only survivor and suffered severe burns in an attempt to free others.

The driver was Jonathan Long (29 years old) and the passenger was Eugene Yap (29 years old). Elvin Tan Yong Hao, 28 years old. Wilson Teo Qi Xiang, 26 years old. And Gary Won Hong Chi, 29.

Oh’s friend told reporters that she was “very positive” and her fiancé’s father was still undergoing rehabilitation, skin grafting and physiotherapy.

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