Wu Wei Wei Survived In Ferrari Accident Singapore


Wu Wei Wei Survived In Ferrari Accident Singapore: The young female who involved in the fatal accident with Ferrari driver on Saturday has been traced as Wu Wei Wei, a 21 years old student from Wuhan, China.

The minister said that the 21-year-old girl will not have to worry about her planned university education as long as she qualifies for a local university.

Law and Foreign Minister, K. Shanmugam, who is the Member of Parliament representative for the Nee Soon GRC, was at the wake of Mr Cheng Teck Hock, 52, the taxi driver who was killed in Saturday’s accident involving a Ferrari.

Video of Red Ferrari Accident in Singapore

The woman is one of the two survivors in the accident and, just hours before it, she was said to have been at a graduation party with her classmates.

Ms Wu was in the passenger seat of the Ferrari driven by Mr Ma Chi, it is unclear how the two knew each other and how they ended up together that night.

The three who died are the driver of the red Ferrari, Ma Chi, a Chinese national, a financial investor from Sichuan who together with his wife and child had relocated to Singapore four years ago; the 52-year-old taxi driver, Cheng Teck Hock, who died in Tan Tock Seng Hospital on Sunday evening after his heart stopped; and his passenger, Shigemi Ito, a Japanese woman in her 20s believed to be living and working in Singapore.

Mr Ma, 31, also a Chinese national, crashed his supercar into a ComfortDelGro taxi, driven by Mr Cheng Teck Hock, on Saturday morning near Bugis Junction. He died at the scene.