Two M'sians critically injured in Singapore highway accident (Updated)

PETALING JAYA: A 24-year-old motorcyclist and his 21-year-old pillion rider are in critical condition after they crashed into a stationary car on a highway in Singapore. The Certis Cisco security officers were flung off their motorcycles on impact.

Certis Cisco confirmed that the men are Malaysians. They were on their way home from work at Changi Airport when the accident happened.

The two riders have been admitted to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital's intensive care unit with multiple fractures after the accident on Seletar Expressway, before the Lentor exit, on Monday.

Channel News Asia identified the motorcyclist as Danny Raj Muniappan and the pillion rider as Trivikram R. L. They were said to be sharing a rented house in Johor Baru.

"My son isn't the 'racing type' or 'action type'. We don't know what happened because we haven't been able to speak to him," Danny Raj's father, Muniappan Govindaraju, told a news portal.

Muniappan, who sells chendol in Selangor, said his son had a ruptured bladder and fractured pelvic bone. He also broke his left arm and left leg, and has been unconscious since the accident.

Trivikram suffered a fractured pelvic bone and a broken leg. He has been in and out of consciousness and has not been able to speak, the report said.