Home News Massive fire breaks out at Chinatown coffeeshop

Massive fire breaks out at Chinatown coffeeshop

Author

Date

Category

- Advertisement -

A massive blaze engulfed a Chinatown coffeeshop earlier today. The fire, which erupted at 120 Neil Road, caused thick smoke to spew out the building located at the junction of Neil Road and Keong Saik Road.

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) reported that at least two individuals in the vicinity complained of breathlessness but refused to be conveyed to the hospital. SCDF firefighters put out the flames with the use of three water jets.

The cause of the fire remains unknown. Investigations are ongoing.

Fire at Chinatown coffeeshop

Video taken from Pinnacle@Duxton shows thick smoke spewing out of a building after a fire broke out at a Chinatown coffeeshop earlier today.

Posted by CNA on Saturday, 4 August 2018

- Advertisement -

Follow us on Social Media

Send in your scoops to news@theindependent.sg 

No tags for this post.
- Advertisement -

Amrin Amin slammed for calling a netizen ‘snowflake’ and telling him not to get offended so easily

Singapore -- Former Senior Parliamentary Secretary Amrin Amin faced a barrage of criticism when he sided with the People's Association against Ms Sarah Bagharib, who accused the association of "disrespect for Malay/Muslim culture" and "lack of diversity". Readers may recall Ms Sarah...

21-year-old ‘streetwalker’ gets scammed by her first customer – a Bangladeshi man – in Geylang

Singapore -- Nancy, a popular "street girl" gives us a look into the dark side of Geylang. Born and bred in Singapore, this 39-year-old shares some of the lesser-known, darker secrets of Geylang, the red-light district. She tells us that she had...

Another ‘sovereign’ citizen? ‘Badge Lady’ asks for court charges to be dropped as she should have “immunity as a citizen”

Singapore -- Phoon Chiu Yoke, or the woman now also known as "Badge Lady", appeared in court again on Tuesday (June 15) regarding charges she faces for not wearing a mask on various occasions. She asked for her charges to be dropped...
Follow us on Social Media

Send in your scoops to news@theindependent.sg 

No tags for this post.
Theindependent