• Jonathan Shiek

Malaysian Woman In Critical Condition After Saving Fiancé In Singapore Car Crash

They say true love is selfless, and for 26-year-old Raybe Oh Siew Huey, it certainly is. She is now fighting for her life in Singapore General Hospital after suffering severe burns on 80 percent of her body while trying to save her fiancé from a burning car.

The accident happened on February 13 when a BMW M4 coupe that was driven by Oh’s fiancé, Jonathan Long, with four male passengers slammed into a shophouse at Tanjong Pagar and burst into flames at around 5.40am.

All five men, aged 26 to 29, were pronounced dead at the scene by a paramedic. Although Oh remained conscious when she was rushed to the hospital, she is currently in critical condition in the intensive care unit.

Oh was born in Malaysia but went to Singapore at age 16 to study at a polytechnic. Hardworking and thoughtful, the young girl even worked as a getai singer while juggling her studies to earn school fees and ease her father’s financial burden.

Having been dating for many years, Oh and Long were believed to be planning for marriage and buying a house together soon.

According to The New Paper, Mr Long, the father of Oh’s late fiancé, has long regarded Oh as his own daughter and hopes that she will be safe. The 62-year-old added that he had been in touch with Oh’s mother to provide support as they “will do their best to take care of her (Oh),” said Mr Long.


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