'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.
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.
Teenager Leow Jun An, who was on the way to Ang Mo Kio when he witnessed the accident.PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/KAYDEN.IMG

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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