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Lady hit by falling billboard at Changi Airport




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Obbana Rajah

A passenger at Changi Airport was hit by a falling billboard sometime on Thursday.

She was subsequently taken to the airport clinic for treatment and was certified fit to travel.

The woman was not taken to the hospital to treat her injuries.

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According to a report by the Lianhe Wanbao, a worker who wished to be anonymous, had a photo of a damaged billboard lying outside a shop.

The billboard was supposedly placed outside a store that sold skincare products. As the lady was passing by, the billboard fell suddenly and hit her arm.

According to a spokesman from Changi airport, the lady was fit to travel and left Singapore on her scheduled flight.

Netizens found much humour in this incident.



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