Singapore Airlines pilot Benjamin Yonghao Wu admits to causing high speed car crash in NZ that seriously injured his colleagues

The New Zealand Herald, 3 Oct 2014
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.
Singapore Airlines chief steward Chew Weng Wai is today still in a critical condition with brain injuries in ICU (Intensive Care Unit) at Christchurch Hospital, a District Health Board spokeswoman confirmed to APNZ.  Full story

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