'It was so sudden, it could have been me': Teen's close shave with death in Yio Chu Kang accident which killed 3 pedestrians

Leow Jun An, 19, saw the lorry mount the pavement and drive past him along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, narrowly missing him by about a metre. PHOTO: TWITTER/KAYDEN LEOW
Teenager Leow Jun An, who was on the way to Ang Mo Kio when he witnessed the accident. PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/KAYDEN.IMG
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SINGAPORE - Mr Leow Jun An was walking to a bus stop in front of Presbyterian High School in Ang Mo Kio on Monday morning (April 23), when an oncoming lorry flashed past.

Turning around, the 19-year-old saw the lorry mount the pavement and drive past him along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, narrowly missing him by about a metre.

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