Singaporean motorcyclist dies after hitting debris and crashing into road divider in Malaysia

Wong Chee Wai was killed on Saturday (Sept 24) morning after his Ducati bike crashed into a road divider on Malaysia's North-South Expressway near Seremban.
Wong Chee Wai was killed on Saturday (Sept 24) morning after his Ducati bike crashed into a road divider on Malaysia's North-South Expressway near Seremban. PHOTO: JASON ANG

SEREMBAN - A Singaporean man was killed on Saturday (Sept 24) morning after his Ducati bike crashed into a road divider on Malaysia's North-South Expressway near Seremban, the New Straits Times reported.

The paper said the accident occured at 10.20am. It said the man was riding his Ducati bike while travelling from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur, when he lost control of the motorcycle.

According to the paper, the bike skidded, fell into an adjacent lane, before crashing into the divider.

The vehicle then caught fire and was completely burned.

The paper identified the victim as 26 year-old Wong Chee Wai.

He died at the site of the crash.

The paper said his body was sent to Seremban's Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital for a post-mortem.

A team of seven fire safety personnel were sent to the scene after a distress call was made at around 10.22am. The fire was put out after three minutes.