Life After A Holiday Car Crash: A Survivor's Tale | On The Red Dot | CNA Insider

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A picture-perfect holiday in New Zealand ended in a horrifying car accident and four months in hospital for one Singaporean. Left wheelchair-bound, this is the story of how she found her way back to love and a full life.

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About the series:
Jean Ling is one of four Singaporean travellers who shared their stories of terrifying misadventures abroad with On The Red Dot.

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