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Four taken to hospital after 3-vehicle crash

The accident involved two cars and a van and the three male drivers, aged between 25 and 47, were taken to Singapore General Hospital after the accident. A 31-year-old female passenger of one of the cars was also taken to KK Women's and Children's Hospital after the accident




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Four people were taken to the hospital after a three-vehicle accident at the junction of Havelock Road and Saiboo Street on Wednesday morning (September 18).

The incident caused a massive traffic jam, and photos were seen circulating around the internet and on social media.

The images showed a white Sedan that had had its front end smashed. A traffic controller could also be seen in the images.

The police said that they were alerted to an accident involving two cars and a van at around 8.28am on Wednesday.

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Three male drivers, aged between 25 and 47, were taken to Singapore General Hospital after the accident, according to a Straits Times report.

The report also said that a 31-year-old female passenger of one of the cars was conscious when she was taken to KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital after the accident. Reports are unconfirmed as to whether she was pregnant.

Photo: FB/ Road accident.sg

Earlier this month, a woman who was caught driving against traffic in two videos that went viral had been arrested for dangerous driving, and her driving license was suspended.

The 32-year-old woman drove a black Mercedes-Benz car against traffic in Upper Cross Street on Friday night, September 6.

At 10:24 that night, the police received notice of the woman’s reckless driving at Upper Cross Street in the direction of South Bridge Road.

In the clip shared, the young woman alighted from her vehicle, a black Mercedes Benz, and seemed to get into an argument with a pedestrian, wherein she could be heard cursing in Hokkien. The video then cut to where she went into the main road headed against traffic, first making her way slowly and then speeding up. To make matters worse, ROADS.sg posted a screenshot that showed that the road tax of the Mercedes Benz had also expired on July 2019, without renewal. -/TISG

Read related: Woman caught on video driving against traffic arrested, licence suspended

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