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Family and friends gathered at the void deck of Block 487A Choa Chu Kang Avenue 5 at 12pm today (Jun 2) to pay their last respects to Staff Sergeant Nadzrie Bin Matin who tragically died in the line of duty yesterday (Jun 1).
Multiple Stompers alerted Stomp to the accident after the officer was left lying in a pool of blood in Little India, in front of Zaman Centre, Anguillia Mosque.
Police said a 52-year-year-old driver was arrested for a negligent act causing, and that investigations are ongoing.
Mr Wandi S. Kamsani, 31, a former colleague of the officer, 29-year-old Staff Sergeant Nadzrie Matin, said that he was a safe rider, reports The New Paper.
He said that Saff Sgt Nadzrie loved his wife of three years and family.
"I will miss his jokes and jovial attitude. He cared for those who worked alongside him."
A bystander had run to the nearby Farrer Park Hospital to inform them of the accident, and five nurses and a doctor rushed to the scene.
The New Paper reported that the hospital spokesperson said that the team had administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the officer as his pulse was weak.
He was subsequently taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where he died from his injuries.
The police also asked for members of the public to not circulate photos or videos of the deceased out of respect for the family.