Tanjong Pagar crash: Mother of dead driver fighting lawsuits filed against her son’s estate

The families of three men killed in the crash are seeking to claim about $1.7 million from the estate of Mr Jonathan Long Junwei. PHOTOS: NG SOR LUAN, ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - The mother of the driver who died in the Tanjong Pagar crash that killed four passengers in 2021 is fighting lawsuits filed against her son’s estate by the families of three of the passengers.

Madam Chan Ngerng Pheng’s 29-year-old son, Mr Jonathan Long Junwei, was driving the white BMW M4 that crashed into a shophouse in Tanjong Pagar Road before bursting into flames.

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