Motorist jailed two weeks for beating red light and killing motorcyclist at Victoria Street

Motorist jailed two weeks for beating red light and killing motorcyclist at Victoria Street
Iskandar Abdollah (above) was sentenced to two weeks' jail and banned from driving for five years on Monday, Oct 14, 2013, for causing death through negligence.

SINGAPORE - National serviceman Iskandar Abdollah, 21, was convicted of causing the death of Mr Yogesvaran Ganesan, 23, after running the traffic red light signal at the signalised junction of Victoria Street and Rochor Road at 1.41am on May 16, 2011. He was also found guilty of grievously hurting the pillion, Mr Senthil Kumaran Palanisamy, 28. Both rider and pillion are Malaysians and working as waiters at Marina Bay Sands. 


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