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The body of a woman found in the S’pore River is that of a Vietnamese single mother who just arrived in S’pore a week ago


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On the afternoon of April 26, the body of a woman was found in the Singapore River.

Lianhe Zaobao reported that there were several police vehicles and a Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF) vehicle lined up on River Valley Road along the river.

It was suspected that someone had fallen into the river.

Image: Lianhe Zaobao

Police later confirmed that they had received a report of unnatural death at 11.15am that day and went to recover the body and begin investigations.

The woman has been identified as a 33-year-old Vietnamese citizen who was a single mother.

While investigations are still ongoing, police have ruled out the possibility of homicide based on preliminary investigations.

I arrived in Singapore about a week ago to work

According Shin Min Daily NewsThe woman, whose name is Dang Hoang Ly Na, was from a small town in Vietnam.

The 33-year-old woman was the only child of her elderly parents in their 70s and was a single mother to her 11-year-old daughter.

He was suffering from lung problems, but had arrived in Singapore about a week ago to work in the nighttime entertainment industry and earn money to support his family.

His body will be sent back to Vietnam

Undertaker Roland Tay, who is handling the funeral arrangements on behalf of the family, said Shin Min He will help send Dang Hoang’s body back home so his daughter can see her one last time.

Mr Tay felt he had a duty to do so as the girl was very young and it did not matter whether the family could afford to pay her or not.

A family member arrived in Singapore on April 29 to collect Dang Hoang’s body and resolve other formalities.

Tay estimated that his body will be sent back home in the coming days after it is prepared for the funeral.

Two bodies were found separately floating in waters in March

In March 2024, two bodies were also found floating in the water on different occasions.

On March 11, the body of a 51-year-old man was found in the waters off Senoko Way, near Woodlands.

His car was found that morning on a bridge in Permas Jaya, Johor. Citing Johor police, Malaysian media Without chewing daily reported that the victim is believed to be a Malaysian man who worked as a private driver.


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He was pronounced dead at the scene.

About three weeks later, on the morning of March 30, the body of a woman was discovered floating in the waters off Kallang Riverside Park.

The 58-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.

Body of Singaporean found abroad with 30 stab wounds

In April 2024, the body of a 39-year-old Singaporean woman with 30 stab wounds was found in Spain.

The suspect, Singaporean Mitchell Ong, 43, was arrested and appeared in court on April 19.


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Spanish police have been investigating the case, exploring a possible “economic motive” for his death.

It was previously reported that the victim, Ms Audrey Fang Di Rou, had purchased two AIA investment-linked policies from Ong in August 2015.

Just yesterday, it was reported that investigators found a note on her iPad indicating that Ms Fang had decided to nominate an unknown person for her Central Provident Fund (CPF).

According to a Spanish media. The truththe note said: “I want to declare that my decision to name you in my CPF is because you are a long-time friend and my trusted confidant.”

The validity of the note is being questioned due to the use of the word “Heya”, as the word was uncharacteristic of Ms. Fang, who conversed mainly in Mandarin.

Ms. Fang’s family also noted that they were not aware of the change in the CPF nomination.


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The case is still being investigated.

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