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He was at the hospital to visit his friend, the motorcyclist who had been hurt in the fatal traffic accident involving the Ferrari.
He was grateful that his friend had escaped the violent and deadly crash that killed three people.
What he didn't expect to see was another violent incident unfold before him, as two groups of people exchanged blows just metres away from him - right outside Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
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Around 10pm on Sunday, freelance emcee Alfi Duran, 26, was sitting on a bench eating just metres from the entrance of Tan Tock Seng Hospital, when he heard a commotion.
Hearing shouts, he rushed towards the carpark to see if someone was in need of help.
Mr Alfi told The New Paper: "I saw someone punching someone. Then, I saw a man holding a golf club and swinging it over his head with his hands stretched out.
"Very soon after, I heard a smashing sound."
A silver Audi car was spotted with the top right corner of its rear windscreen smashed.
The man with the golf club then got into a nearby Honda Odyssey.
Immediately after that, witnesses said a group of four surrounded the Honda.
The New Paper understands the shouting match went on for about 15 minutes.
Then, a scuffle broke out.
A man wearing a pair of bermuda shorts, from the Audi group of four, grabbed the Honda driver by his head through the open car door and tried to pull him out.
The man in the bermuda shorts, looking clearly agitated and panting heavily, was heard saying repeatedly: "Why did you have to do that?"
The Honda driver remained in the car.
When the man in bermuda shorts stopped and walked away, the man in the Honda tried to drive away.
But he managed to move his car only less than half a metre before he was stopped by the woman from the Audi group, who stood barefoot in front of the car to prevent him from leaving.
There were some bloody bruises on her right leg.
Three security officers, believed to be from the hospital, arrived at the scene about three minutes after the confrontation began.
Shouting match resumed
A security guard was seen trying to break up the fight by reasoning with them.
The Honda driver again alighted from his car and walked about 50m away.
The woman who was barefoot followed him for about 20m before she stopped, while asking the security guards to stop him.
Police arrived in three police cars about 10 minutes after the fight started, witnesses said.
A police spokesman told The New Paper they had received a call at 10.15pm on Sunday about a dispute involving two parties at the hospital's carpark.
Mr Alfi speculated it might have been a family dispute as they knew each other by name.
The New Paper understands that the parties involved are cousins.
A 20-year-old Chinese man was later arrested in relation to the case.
He was seen holding onto one of his arms throughout the fracas and was asked to seek treatment, a witness said.
The New Paper understands that the injured man, a 28-year-old, was given outpatient treatment at the hospital.
Police investigations are continuing. Tan Tock Seng Hospital declined to comment.