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Man dies after JB hospital demands cash before treatment, claims Singapore portal - Free Malaysia Today

Hours after the accident, Justinian Tan was transported back to Singapore for treatment, but was declared brain-dead on Monday as too much time had passed. justinian-tan PETALING JAYA: A 25-year-old Singaporean died following a hit-and-run in Johor ...and more »

Justinian Tan's friend clears the air on his death - Free Malaysia Today

Joshua de Rozario says he cannot be certain how long ambulance took to arrive and admits hospital staff attended to his friend immediately as it was an emergency case. Joshua-de-Rozario_justinian-tan_600. PETALING JAYA: A companion of Singaporean ...and more »

Ministry denies delaying treatment for Singaporean accident victim - Free Malaysia Today

Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah also rubbishes claim that the ambulance was slow to respond, citing records that showed the ambulance arrived at the scene in 11 minutes. Noor-Hisham_justinian-tan_600. PETALING JAYA: The Health ...and more »

Police pledge action against driver in Johor hit-and-run case - Free Malaysia Today

Although the driver was not arrested immediately, a Malaysian lawyer practising in Singapore says the police may charge the person after the investigations are completed. Dzulkhairi SINGAPORE: Johor traffic police chief Supt Dzulkhairi Mukhtar said ...and more »

Friend of Singaporean hit-and-run victim admits language barrier brought about miscommunication - New Straits Times Online

JOHOR BARU: A friend of the Singaporean who died in a hit-and-run accident here has admitted to Singaporean paper, The Straits Times, communication barriers with the staff at Sultanah Aminah Hospital (HSA) could have led to conflicting claims.and more »

Friend of Singapore accident victim admits 'possible miscommunication' - The Star Online

PETALING JAYA: A friend of the Singaporean who died in the Aug 29 hit-and-run accident in Johor Baru clarified what happened during the five hours Justinian Tan was critically warded at Sultanah Aminah Hospital. Joshua De Rozario said there could have ...and more »

MOH says no delay in treating Singaporean accident victim (Updated) - The Sun Daily

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's Health Ministry (MOH) has quashed allegations that Hospital Sultanah Aminah (HSA) had refused treatment to a Singaporean hit and run victim because they did not pay up front. The ministry's director-general Datuk Dr Noor ...and more »

Singapore portal apologises over article on hit-and-run victim - The Sun Daily

PETALING JAYA: A Singapore news portal has retracted its report on the death of hit-and-run victim Justinian Tan (pix) who was purportedly refused treatment by Hospital Sultanah Aminah (HSA) in Johor. It took down the report and replaced it with a ...and more »

Malaysia to write to Singapore over allegations regarding Singaporean in JB accident: Report - Channel NewsAsia

SINGAPORE: Malaysia's Health Ministry will write to Singapore to express its disappointment over allegations that there had been a delay and demand for payment before treating Justinian Tan, a Singaporean who died after an accident in Johor Baru on Aug ...and more »

Malaysian Health Ministry denies hospital delayed treatment of critically injured Singaporean over payment - The Straits Times

Malaysia's Ministry of Health on Friday (Sept 1) denied reports that a hospital threatened to deny treatment to a a Singaporean man killed in a hit-and-run case in Johor Baru if payment was not made first. Mr Tan, 24, was in JB with Mr Joshua De ...and more »