Kallang slashings: 'Attack was so fast, there was no time to react'
Two victims tell court how their assailants beat, slashed them
Two Indian nationals who were slashed and punched during a spate of violent robberies three years ago came face to face with their alleged attackers yesterday.
It was the first time the victims - Mr Egan Karuppaiah, 46, and Mr Sandeep Singh, 27, - have been able to tell their harrowing tale in court.
They were testifying in the trial of Sarawakians Micheal Garing and Tony Imba, accused of murdering another worker from India during the assaults between the night of May 29 and the early hours of May 30 in 2010.
Neither of the men could recognise their attackers or tell what weapons were used.