According to her cousin, the accident occurred on 14 Jan, near lamp post 44 at Yishun Avenue 8 towards Sembawang, somewhere after Yishun Dam. Ms Fadhillah was riding an army green Honda CB150R.
The heartbroken family are finding it hard to believe that Ms Fadhillah crashed on her own, reported The New Paper (TNP).
Her cousin also added that “it’s believed [to be a] hit & run case”.
Mr Jad said: “We appeal to witnesses to please come forward, because we don’t know what happened. I have only a video that was sent by someone when the ambulance was already at the scene.”
He said he went to the scene on Tuesday night to look for witnesses but found that a construction site was the only significant landmark nearby.
Mr Jad said there were no cameras in the area, and his attempts to find witnesses from the construction site were futile.
The police were informed of the accident at 5.25pm. By then, she was found unconscious on the road. She was taken to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital but unfortunately succumbed to her injuries.
Police investigations are ongoing. The circumstances of the accident have not been fully established, as stated by TNP.
Rest in peace
With no witnesses, Ms Fadhillah’s family is unable to get any closure as the cause of the accident is still unknown. Her family and fiancé are recovering from the shock and are overwhelmed from the incident.
If you were at the accident scene and can provide the family with information or footage, please message them at 8169 7657.
ROADS.sg offers our deepest condolences to Ms Fadhillah’s loved ones.