Family reeling from two sons' deaths in span of 2 months

Mr Lim Ruiliang was riding his motorcycle last Monday when he was hit by a private bus near 59 Gul Road. His family is appealing for eye-witnesses and also wants the bus firm to explain the accident.
Mr Lim Ruiliang was riding his motorcycle last Monday when he was hit by a private bus near 59 Gul Road. His family is appealing for eye-witnesses and also wants the bus firm to explain the accident. PHOTO: SG ROAD VIGILANTE/FACEBOOK
Mr Lim, a machine maintenance worker in Tuas, was believed to have been on his way home when the accident occurred. Mr Lim Ruiliang was riding his motorcycle last Monday when he was hit by a private bus near 59 Gul Road. His family is appealing for e
Mr Lim, a machine maintenance worker in Tuas, was believed to have been on his way home when the accident occurred. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

Motorcyclist killed in accident last week; younger brother died in his sleep in Nov

A week after a 37-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a traffic accident in Tuas, his grief-stricken family is still looking for answers.

Mr Lim Ruiliang, a machine maintenance worker at Tuas Naval Base, was believed to have been on his way home from work when he was hit by a private bus last Monday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on February 03, 2019, with the headline 'Family reeling from two sons' deaths in span of 2 months'. Print Edition | Subscribe