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Fire raging at Punggol Waterway – illegal fire crackers the cause?

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Joe Mei posted a picture in Facebook of a fire raging in Punggol Waterway.
Amos Koh posted about how big the fire may be. He is able to view it from his flat.
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Others commenters on the post expressed concern and also called for help.
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Danial Kaisar said that he was at the benches with his bike when he saw some youths playing with what looks like fire crackers. He posted a video and asked if that was the reason for the fire at Punggol Waterway.
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