Two soldiers charged for causing death of SAF serviceman

Two soldiers charged for causing death of SAF serviceman
Tan Mou Sheng, Third Sergeant (subset), died on 11 May 2012 after being thrown out of his jeep. He was pinned down as the vehicle overturned.

SINGAPORE - Tan Cavin, who was an instructor at the SAF's Military Intelligence Institute, was accused of causing the death of Third-Sergeant (3SG) Tan Mou Sheng by a rash act after driving an army jeep in the Marsiling training area without a licence.


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