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3 children among 7 injured in four-car chain collision along Sheares Avenue

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Seven people, including three children, were injured after a four-car collision along Sheares Avenue on Saturday night. Dashboard camera footage capturing the accident shows a black Audi overturning after colliding into a silver vehicle and the impact from the crash causing the cars to hit two other vehicles:

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Photos capturing the aftermath of the accident have also been circulating on social media. These pictures show the overturned black Audi, the silver car that is left with a punctured front left tyre and debris strewn about on the road beside the black Audi.

A group of people can also be seen waiting alongside the road, by a divider:

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All seven victims were conscious and in stable condition, according to the Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF). The adults were conveyed to Singapore General Hospital, while the children were taken to KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

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