VIDEO footage has emerged showing the moment a young woman ran towards a burning car in Tanjong Pagar Road to save her fiance and his four friends trapped inside.

VIDEO footage has emerged showing the moment a young woman ran towards a burning car in Tanjong Pagar Road to save her fiance and his four friends trapped inside.
In the footage, the white BMW M4 coupe is seen skidding for two seconds at around 5.40am last Saturday, the second day of the Chinese New Year.
It then spins out of control before slamming into a shophouse.
The cars signal lights can be seen blinking for about 15 seconds before the vehicle explodes in a ball of fire.
About 20 seconds later, Raybe Oh Siew Huey appears in the video. She is seen running towards the burning car and right into the flames.
She emerges 10 seconds later, covered in flames, and is seen running towards some shophouses opposite the road.
The CCTV camera footage also shows a white car pulling up by the side of the road, several metres from the crash.
The driver gets out and runs towards the burning car before turning towards shophouses.
He is later seen trying to help Oh douse the fire on her clothes. At one point, a woman is also seen trying to help her.
Oh, 26, a former air stewardess, is still in critical condition at Singapore General Hospital. She is reported to have suffered burns to 80% of her body.
A taxi also stops near the crash and the driver is seen getting out of the car. Fire trucks arrive about seven minutes after the accident.
The car was driven by her fiance, Jonathan Long, 29, a financial adviser at Aviva Financial Advisers.
All five occupants in the car died. Eugene Yap, 29, Elvin Tan Yong Hao, 28 and Wilson Teo Qi Xiang, 26, were also with Aviva Financial Advisers, and Gary Wong Hong Chieh, 29, used to work there.
The Straits Times saw six video clips with time stamps between 5.24am and 5.50am. The BMW is seen making three rounds on the same road before losing control and crashing during the fourth round.
It is understood that Oh and the others were at Ggang Tong, a Korean eatery owned by a friend, opposite the site of the crash.
Longs father, 62, told Shin Min Daily News on Monday that Oh was like a daughter to him.
She and his son had been together for many years and had planned to get married soon. The Straits Times/ANN