Singapore-On October 8, 2019, doctors neglected proper surveillance while driving and did not give way to another vehicle that had a right of way at an intersection.

Ernest Fu Weizhong also didn’t stop at the white line before making any right turn.

This caused a collision between his car and a car driven by Soon Jin Joke, who was driving at speeds up to 76kmh before braking. The speed limit of the road is 60kmh.

Sun’s mother, Madame Heng von Boy, 96, who was not wearing a seatbelt behind the car, died four days after the accident, suffering serious injuries such as bleeding from the skull.

Fu, now 39, was sentenced to one week in prison on Monday (June 13) after pleading guilty to being seriously injured in negligent driving.

He was disqualified from holding or obtaining a driver’s license for all classes for two years from the date of his release.

Court documents did not reveal whether authorities had taken any action against Mr. Soon.

An online search for registered medical professionals in Singapore revealed that Fu came from the Department of Otorhinolaryngology (Otorhinolaryngology) at Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

The hospital’s website states that he is a consultant there and his clinical interests include head and neck cancer.

On Monday, the court heard that Hu was driving along Tampines Avenue 12 towards Tampines Avenue 9.

He then paused at a junction leading to a TPE turn-off because there was another vehicle in front of his car.

When the vehicle started to take off, he began to turn right at his discretion.

At that time, the court heard that the green arrow signal that allowed the vehicle to turn was not turned on.

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