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Meanwhile, another video showed a group of angry locals yelling at the Singaporean driver.

The driver is currently being held in his second day of remand, which will end on Sunday.

Supt Aidi added that investigations will be conducted with respect to causing death by reckless or dangerous driving under Malaysia’s Road Transport Act.

If convicted, the driver could face at least two years in jail, up to a maximum jail term of 10 years, as well as a fine of at least RM5,000 (S$1,459), up to a maximum of RM20,000.

The Straits Times has contacted the Port Dickson police and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for more information. Singaporean man, 33, remanded in Port Dickson over fatal crash involving 4-year-old boy

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