Friends in Tanjong Pagar crash were doing charity work just hours before fatal accident

A passer-by places offerings at the site along Tanjong Pagar Road, where five men died after the BMW M4 Coupe they were driving crashed into a shophouse and burst into flames, on Feb 15, 2021. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
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SINGAPORE - They loved fast cars and luxury watches, living flashy lifestyles and were the envy of many on social media.

But the five men killed in the Tanjong Pagar crash also believed in helping the less fortunate.

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