SINGAPORE - She was driving home from Sentosa along Upper Serangoon Road when the sight of a body wedged under a silver Toyota Camry shocked her.
Immediately, she honked at the car, along with "15 to 20 other cars", said the Caucasian eyewitness of the horrific scene. "A motorcyclist even rode right up beside the car and tried to get its attention."
But the car, which was dragging the body of a man "face down" while leaving a trail of smeared blood on the road, showed no signs of slowing down.
"It wasn't speeding, but it was definitely trying to weave in and out (of traffic)," she said.
She said it kept going for another 400m before the body eventually dislodged at the taxi stand just outside Kovan MRT station. The car continued without stopping, she added.
The driver is still on the run.
Police staff then led the eyewitness away before TNP could ask for her particulars.
It is believed the body, which was confirmed by the police to be a Chinese male in his 40s, had been dragged for over 1km - judging by the blood trail which stretched from Kovan MRT to a corner terrace along Hillside Drive.
It is believed that he suffered multiple lacerations on his neck and face, and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The body was also one of two found by police Wednesday afternoon. The other, a Chinese male in his 70s, was found at the garden of the corner terrace house along Hillside Drive. It is believed that he suffered slash wounds.
TNP believes the two victims are father and son.