Ferrari driven at a speed of 178 km/h at time of fatal crash
The Ferrari that was involved in the deadly May crash, was travelling at a speed of 178 kilometres per hour at the time of the impact.
Thats almost three times the speed limit of 60 kilometres per hour for the road.
This was revealed in footage shown during a coroner's inquiry into the accident, which left three people dead.
Ma Chi, a China national, allegedly ran a red light and collided with a taxi, which then crashed into a motorcycle.
The accident was captured by an in-built dashboard video recorder installed in Ma's Ferrari.
It showed that the car was moving at a high speed towards the cross junction by Rochor Road, even though the lights had turned red.
The footage then showed Mr Cheng Teck Hock's taxi, appearing in front of the Ferrari from the right.
The court heard that Ma Chi, along with his female passenger, were both wearing seat belts at the time.
A toxicology report also revealed that Chlorpheniramine, a medication used to treat allergy or flu, was detected in Ma's urine sample.
However, it is still inconclusive if it has any bearing on the cause of Ma's death.
The case will continue on Friday.
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