Friday, October 3, 2014

SIA pilot admits to causing high speed car crash

A Singapore Airlines pilot has admitted causing a high-speed crash that has left a colleague fighting for his life in hospital.

Benjamin Yonghao Wu, 32, has been charged with two counts of reckless driving causing injury after a crash with a 4WD towing a horse float at the intersection of Weedons Ross Rd and Maddisons Rd, near Rolleston, south of Christchurch on Wednesday.

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excrewnow said...

Besides helping people to become cabin crew ( fee based training ). Perhaps you can consider helping crew find another career or how to secure alternative incomes.

You have been successful.

What did you do?
How did you prepare
When did you start preparing
Where did you acquire a new and different skill?
What choices did you have
Why choose blogging?

Cannot just write about ex crew being
taxi driver
limosine driver
part time horse gambler

Crew sikit atas you know...


Boh Tong said...

Excrew what are u tokin abt? I dun understd wat u r saying.

Anonymous said...

Frankly they are lucky to be security gds,taxi drivers etc. To may who are on the outside the retirees or ex crew are a bunch of washouts who are capable of zero!

aircrew to be said...

Hahahaha boh tong ex crew is questioning u lah... its means that beside coaching the crewwannabe to fullfill their dreams. Instead ex crew also wanna u to do an extra talk helping about life injury income and all thats lol i think this is what ex crew actually means.